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GED Practice

This resource was written by Jaclyn Wells.
Last edited by Jaclyn Wells on November 5, 2013 .

Summary:

These resources contain practice for multiple choice questions, and they contain the GED essay game.

Practice for GED Language Arts, Writing


This resource has practice questions for Part I of the GED Language Arts, Writing Test (the multiple-choice section). All of the questions are like the ones you will have to answer on the GED (all practice questions are based on the 202 GED series). This resource is divided into the four subject areas tested by this part of the GED: organization, sentence structure, usage, and mechanics. At the end of each group of questions are answers and explanations, and suggested resources. 

This resource also contains the GED essay game, which will help you practice for Part II of the GED Language Arts, Writing Test (the essay). The game takes you through the process of writing a complete GED essay. As you go through the game, pay attention to the areas that are most difficult for you.

A note for GED test-takers


As with all CWEST resources, you should use these practice resources in any way that works for you. One strategy is to use them to evaluate your current areas of strength and weakness. Doing so can help you create a plan for what subject areas of the GED Writing Test you most need to study.

Below is a possible study plan using these practice questions, the GED game, and other CWEST resources.

  1. Answer the practice questions and complete the GED essay game as best you can.
  2. Check your answers, noting your strongest and weakest areas. Also note the areas in the game that were most difficult for you.
  3. Read the explanations for all practice questions and note the suggested CWEST resources. Note the essay resources that relate to areas that you struggled with while going through the essay game.
  4. Study the suggested resources, spending the most time on your weakest areas. Many of the CWEST resources also include relevant exercises, so you can get even more practice. 

Essay Organization Questions

This resource was written by Jaclyn Wells.
Last edited by Jaclyn Wells on August 11, 2009 .

Summary:
This resource will help you with organizing your GED essays.

Organization questions make up about 15% of the test. These questions will ask you to “restructure paragraphs or ideas within paragraphs, identify topic sentences, create unity and coherence in the document .” The following practice questions are all organization questions. Try all of them. When you are finished, check your answers, read the explanations, and look at the suggested resources.

Questions 1 through 6 refer to the following paragraphs.

Learning How to Cook

(A)

(1) Have you ever thought about learning how to cook? (2) Cooking is one of the most useful skills a person can learn. (3) Knowing how to cook can save you money because you won’t have to eat out as much. (4) Cooking can also be a really fun hobby that you can do for the rest of your life. (5) Cooking good food can also save you money because you will actually want to eat your leftovers. (6) A good first step to learning how to cook is look at a lot of different recipes to see what you may be interested in cooking.

(B)

(7) Cookbooks are really valuable tools for new cooks and you will be able to find lots of great recipes by looking at just a few of them. (8) In your library’s section on cooking, you will find many different types of cookbooks. (9) Lasagna is one of the most complicated dishes to learn how to make. (10) If you find a cookbook at the library you really like, you might even buy it from your local bookstore. (11) The Internet is another great place to find many recipes quickly.

(C)

(12) Talking to people about cooking can help you understand the insider tricks to cooking that you may not find in recipes. (13) You could even ask a friend or family member if you can watch them cook a few times so that you see how they do it. (14) You can also add to your collection of recipes by asking these folks to share a few of their personal favorites. 

(D)

(15) Finally, after looking at different recipes and talking to people about cooking, you are ready to try making something. (16) Pick out a recipe you like and that you think you can handle. (17) Tuna noodle casserole for example is fairly simple to make. (18) Go to the store to get all the ingredients and tools you need. (19) Follow the recipe carefully, take your time, and remember to have fun!


1.    Which revision would improve the effectiveness of the article?

Begin a new paragraph with

(1)    sentence 3
(2)    sentence 4
(3)    sentence 5
(4)    sentence 6
(5)    sentence 9

2.    Which revision would improve the effectiveness of paragraph A?

(1)    remove sentence 1
(2)    move sentence 5 to follow sentence 3
(3)    remove sentence 2
(4)    move sentence 3 to follow sentence 5
(5)    remove sentence 2

3.    Which revision would improve the effectiveness of paragraph B?

(1)    move sentence 10 to follow sentence 12
(2)    remove sentence 10
(3)    move sentence 10 to follow sentence 8
(4)    remove sentence 8
(5)    remove sentence 9

4.    Which sentence would be most effective if inserted at the beginning of paragraph C?

(1)    Cooking is a social activity.
(2)    Once you find recipes, you are on your way to learning how to cook.
(3)    A good second step in learning how to cook is to talk to friends or family members who are really good at cooking.
(4)    Your friends and family will love it if you learn to cook.
(5)    The Internet will help you find recipes at your skill level.

5.    Sentence 15: Finally, after looking at different recipes and talking to people about cooking, you are ready to try making something.

Which revision should be made to the placement of sentence 16?

(1)    move sentence 15 to the beginning of paragraph C
(2)    move sentence 15 to follow sentence 16
(3)    move sentence 15 to follow sentence 17
(4)    move sentence 15 to the beginning of paragraph B
(5)    no revision is necessary

6.    Sentence 17: Tuna noodle casserole for example is fairly simple to make.

Which is the best way to write the underlined portion of this sentence? If the original is the best way, choose option (1).

(1)    casserole for example is
(2)    casserole, for example, is
(3)    casserole for example, is
(4)    casserole, for example is
(5)    casserole. For example is

Answers to Organization Practice Questions

1.    Answer (4) sentence 6 is the best choice. This is the best answer because sentence 6 begins a new topic (that a good first step for new cooks is to look at recipes). For more information on this subject, look at the CWEST resource about Topic Sentences.

2.    Answer (2) move sentence 5 to follow sentence 3 is the best choice. This is the best answer because these two sentences relate directly to one another. In other words, they are about the same topic (why learning to cook can save you money). For more information on this, look at the CWEST resource about Order of Ideas.

3.    Answer (5) remove sentence 9 is the best choice. This is the best answer because the topic of sentence 9 (that lasagna is a hard recipe) does not directly relate to the rest of the paragraph. In other words, it is irrelevant. For more information about this topic, see the CWEST resource about Relevance of Ideas

4.    Answer (3) A good second step in learning how to cook is to talk to friends or family members who are really good at cooking is the best choice. This is the best answer because this sentence states the main idea of the paragraph (that talking to friends and family who can cook is a good second step when learning to cook). For more information about this subject, see the CWEST resource about Topic Sentences.

5.    Answer (5) No revision is necessary is the best choice. This is the best answer because sentence 15 transitions well from paragraph C and effectively previews paragraph D. For more information on these topics, see the CWEST resources about Topic Sentences and Transitions.

6.    Answer (2) casserole, for example, is is the best choice. This is the best answer because “for example” is a transition word that helps to connect sentence 18 with sentence 17. You need the commas because “for example” is not essential to the meaning of the sentence. Another way to look at this is that “for example” interrupts the sentence—if you read this sentence out loud, you’ll probably pause a little when you get to “for example.” For more information on these topics, see the CWEST resources on Transitions and Commas.

Sentence Structure Questions

This resource was written by Jaclyn Wells.
Last edited by Jaclyn Wells on August 11, 2009 .

Summary:
This resources will help you structure your sentences for the GED.

Sentence Structure questions make up about 30% of the test. These questions will ask you to “correct sentence fragments, run-on sentences, comma splices, improper coordination and subordination, misplaced modifiers, and lack of parallel structure .”   The following practice questions are all sentence structure questions. Try all of them. When you are finished, check your answers and look at the suggested resources.  

Questions 1 through 6 refer to the following letter.

All-Care Auto Repair
2300 South Street
Carbondale, IL 62901

Dear Manager:

(A)

     (1) I recently came to your shop to have my car repaired, it was making a funny noise. (2) Your mechanic told me that the front wheel bearings needed to be replaced after inspecting it. (3) The part was ordered. (4) Came in on September 28. (5) My car was not fixed until October 5, so I was without a vehicle for nearly two weeks. (6) This was a particular problem for me I am from out of town and had to stay with family until I could get back on the road.

(B)

     (7) When I first brought the car to your shop, I explained my situation to your customer service employees. (8) They told me the car would be finished as soon as the part came in. (9) When it wasn’t finished, I stopped in to find out what the hold-up was. (10) Your customer service manager, Marsha, was very rude to me. (11) Even though I have witnesses who also heard her say it, she denied saying that the car would be fixed as soon as the part came in. 

(C)

     (12) I am upset that I had to wait so long for my car to be fixed. (13) I am also very angry about the way I was treated by your customer service staff. (14) I would like to receive a refund and getting an apology. (15) Please contact me immediately at 618-555-2131.

Sincerely,
Alice Smith

1.    Sentence 1: I recently came to your shop to have my car repaired, it was making a funny noise.

The most effective revision of sentence 1 would include which group of words?

(1)    repaired and it was making a funny noise
(2)    repaired it was making a funny noise
(3)    repaired, my car was making a funny noise
(4)    repaired because it was making a funny noise
(5)    repaired but it was making a funny noise

2.    Sentence 2: Your mechanic told me that the front wheel bearings needed to be replaced after inspecting it.

The most effective revision of sentence 2 would begin with which group of words? 

(1)    Your mechanic after inspecting it
(2)    After inspecting it, your mechanic
(3)    Your mechanic, told me
(4)    Your mechanic inspects it and told me
(5)    Your mechanic inspecting it and told me

3.    Sentence 4: Came in on September 28.

Which correction should be made to sentence 4?

(1)    replace Came in with Arrived
(2)    change Came to Come
(3)    insert The part before Came in
(4)    insert a comma after Came in
(5)    no correction is necessary

4.    Sentence 6: This was a particular problem for me I am from out of town and had to stay with family until I could get back on the road.

Which is the best way to write the underlined portion of the sentence? If the original is the best way, choose option (1).

(1)    for me I am
(2)    for me, I am
(3)    for me and I am
(4)    for me I’m
(5)    for me; I am

5.    Sentence 11: Even though I have witnesses who also heard her say it, she denied saying that the car would be fixed as soon as the part came in. 
What correction should be made to sentence 11?

(1)    change Even though to Though
(2)    remove the comma after it
(3)    add a comma after fixed
(4)    add a semi-colon after it 
(5)    no correction is necessary

6.    Sentence 14: I would like to receive a refund and getting an apology.

Which is the best way to write the underlined portion of the sentence? If the original is the best way, choose option (1).

(1)    to receive a refund and getting
(2)    to receive a refund and get
(3)    to receive a refund, and getting
(4)    to receive a refund, and get
(5)    to receive a refund; and get

Answers to Sentence Structure Practice Questions

1.    Answer (4) repaired because it was making a funny noise is the best answer. The original sentence contains a comma splice and is a run-on sentence. Inserting “because” and eliminating the comma corrects both of these problems. Also, the conjunction “because” shows the relationship between the two parts of the sentence. Since the subordinating clause “because it was making a funny noise” is at the end of the sentence, no comma is necessary. For more information, look at the CWEST resources on Comma Splices, Fragments and Run-ons, and Coordination and Subordination.

2.    Answer 2 After inspecting it, your mechanic is the best answer. In the original sentence, “after inspecting it” is a misplaced modifier. Because the modifier is misplaced, the sentence implies that the mechanic is suggesting the bearings should be inspected and then replaced. What the writer is really trying to say is that the mechanic inspected it and then suggested the bearings be replaced. For more information on this topic, look at the CWEST resource on Modifiers.

3.    Answer 3 insert The part before Came in is the best answer. The original sentence is a fragment sentence because it does not have a subject. Inserting “The part” corrects this problem. Please note that there are many ways to correct this sentence. For example, the writer could combine sentences 3 and 4 to say, “The part was ordered and came in on September 28.” Usually, there are many ways to rewrite incorrect sentences. In the test, your job is to choose the best option listed (though there may be many other options that are not listed). For more information, see the CWEST resource on Fragments and Run-Ons

4.    Answer 5 for me; I am is the best answer. The original sentence is a run-on sentence because there are two independent clauses connected without correct punctuation. There are many ways to correct this sentence. The writer could simply break the sentence in two by putting a period after “for me” and beginning a new sentence with “I am.” The best option listed is to insert a semi-colon. For more information, see the CWEST resources on Fragments and Run-Ons and Semi-colons.

5.    Answer 5 no correction is necessary is the correct answer. “Even though I have witnesses who also heard her say it” is a subordinate clause. Because it is placed at the beginning of the sentence, it needs a comma. “Even though” is one of three subordinating conjunctions (the other two are though and although) that also requires a comma when placed at the end of the sentence. For more information, go to the CWEST resources on Coordination and Subordination and Commas.

6.    Answer 2 to receive a refund and get is the best answer. In the original sentence, “receive” and “getting” are not parallel. By changing “getting” to “get,” you revise the sentence so that it has parallel structure. For more information on this topic, see the CWEST resource on Parallel Structure.

Usage Questions

This resource was written by Jaclyn Wells.
Last edited by Jaclyn Wells on August 11, 2009 .

Summary:
This resource will help you with word usage on the GED.

Usage questions make up about 30% of the test. These questions will ask you to “correct errors in subject-verb agreement, verb tense, and pronoun reference .”  
The following practice questions are all usage questions. Try all of them. When you are finished, check your answers and look at the suggested resources.

Questions 1 through 6 refer to the following paragraphs.

Reality Television

(A)

     (1) In recent years, reality television have become very popular. (2) Some reality T.V. shows follow people as they live their usual lives. (3) Others document people doing crazy things, like eating insects or trying to escape elaborate mazes. (4) Many reality shows were about competition. (5) Contestants may compete for survival in the wilderness, to obtain a job as a model or fashion designer, or to win over the heart of a good-looking man or woman. 

(B)

     (6) In some ways, the reality television phenomenon is not entirely new.
(7) Game shows may be classified as reality shows, and they have been around since television’s earliest days. (8) Talk shows are also similar to many current reality T.V. programs, and they have been popular for many years. (9) Still, there is no denying that the popularity of reality television has exploded in the past ten years. (10) There is also no denying that the most recent shows are more extreme and takes us deeper into people’s lives than shows of the past. (11) Fifty years ago, we would certainly never have been able to observe people in their living rooms while sitting in your own!

(C)

(12) Why is reality television so popular right now? (13) One theory is that people are naturally voyeuristic. (14) This means that people naturally enjoy watching other people. (15) A second theory is that typical life challenges like dating, finding a job, and making a home had become very competitive in our society. (16) Because they are so competitive, we enjoy seeing them played out as actual competitions on television. (17) A final theory is that the Internet has increased easy access to others’ personal information, making us believe that it is normal to know about people’s lives. (18). Viewers are willing to sit and watch people’s real lives on television because we believe it is normal for us to have access to their personal information. (19) Whatever the reason, it is clear that reality television is here to stay.   

1.    Sentence 1: In recent years, reality television have become very popular.
Which correction should be made to sentence 1?

(1)    change television to televisions
(2)    replace become with became
(3)    change have to has
(4)    remove the comma
(5)    no correction is necessary

2.    Sentence 4: Many reality shows were about competition.

Which is the best way to write the underlined portion of the sentence? If the original is the best way, choose option (1).

(1)    were
(2)    was
(3)    is
(4)    are
(5)    am

3.    Sentence 7: Game shows may be classified as reality television, and they have been around since television’s earliest days.

Which is the best way to write the underlined portion of the sentence? If the original is the best way, choose option (1).

(1)    they
(2)    game shows
(3)    these
(4)    the game shows
(5)    them

4.    Sentence 10: There is also no denying that the most recent shows are more extreme and takes us deeper into people’s lives than shows of the past.

What correction should be made to sentence 10?

(1)    change are to were
(2)    change takes to take
(3)    replace people’s with person’s
(4)    insert a comma after extreme
(5)     no correction is necessary

5.    Sentence 11: Fifty years ago, we would certainly never have been able to observe people in their living rooms while sitting in your own!

Which is the best way to write the underlined portion of the sentence? If the original is the best way, choose option (1).

(1)    your own
(2)    your living room
(3)    our living room
(4)    your living rooms
(5)    our own

6.    Sentence 15: A second theory is that typical life challenges like dating, finding a job, and making a home had become very competitive in our society.

Which correction should be made to sentence 15?

(1)    change had become to has become
(2)    change had become to have become
(3)    change had become to became
(4)    change had become to become
(5)    change had become to had became

Answers to Usage Practice Questions

1.    Answer (3) change have to has is the best answer. The original sentence contains a subject-verb error. “Reality television” is a singular subject that requires a singular verb. However, “have” is a plural verb. The way to correct this error is to change “have” to the singular verb “has.” For more information, see the CWEST resources on Subject-Verb Agreement and Verb Tense.

2.    Answer (4) are is the best answer. In the original sentence, the verb (“were”) is in the past tense. This conflicts with the rest of the paragraph, which is in the present tense. Also, the topic of the essay is reality television, which is something that is happening in the present. The best way to rewrite this sentence is to put it in the present tense by using a present tense verb (“are”). This question is a really good example of how you should look at the rest of the paragraph to determine the best answer to the question. For more information, see the CWEST resource on Verb Tense.

3.    Answer (1) they is the best answer. In this sentence, it is clear that “they” refers to game shows. Therefore, this sentence does not need to be revised. It is important to remember that there will be sentences that are correct the way they are. This question is a good example. For more information on pronouns, see the CWEST resource on Pronouns.

4.    Answer (2) change takes to take is the best answer. The original sentence contains a subject-verb error. The subject is a plural subject: “most recent shows.” However, the verb in the original sentence is a singular verb: “takes.” To correct this sentence, you need to change the verb to a plural verb so that it matches the plural subject. What is tricky in this sentence is that the subject and verb are not right next to each other. This will be the case in many sentences, so remember to look carefully for the subject and verb. For more information, see the CWEST resources on Subject-Verb Agreement.

5.    Answer (5) our own is the best answer. This is true for a couple of reasons. First, it would be repetitive to repeat “living rooms.” Replacing it with a pronoun may be better. The original sentence does replace it with a pronoun, but it uses “your.” This “your” conflicts with the “we” in the sentence. Replacing it with “our” improves the sentence because it matches “we.” For more information, see the CWEST resources on Pronouns.

6.    Answer (2) change had become to have become is the best answer. The original sentence is in the past tense because of the past tense verb “had become.” This conflicts with the rest of the paragraph, which is in present tense (note that the very first sentence in the paragraph contains the words “right now.”) To correct this sentence, we need to change the verb to the present tense. When you change this verb, you must also make sure to choose a plural verb to match the plural subject (this subject is “life challenges like dating, finding a job, and making a home”). For more information, see the CWEST resources on Subject-Verb Agreement and Verb Tense.

Mechanics Questions

This resource was written by Jaclyn Wells.
Last edited by Jaclyn Wells on August 11, 2009 .

Summary:
This resource will help you with your writing mechanics.

Mechanics questions make up about 25% of the test. These questions will ask you to correct errors in capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. The spelling questions only include spelling errors that are related to possessives, contractions, and homonyms. The following practice questions are all mechanics questions. Try all of them. When you are finished, check your answers and look at the suggested resources.  

Questions 1 through 6 refer to the following application letter. 

April 15, 2009
Lee Watson
Human Resources Director
Watson Computer Repair
5400 Elmer Street
Aberdeen, WA 98004

Dear Mr. Watson:

(A)

(1) I am writing to apply for the manager position, that was advertised in the April 10th edition of the Bellevue Reporter. (2) I am confident that my education and work experience qualify me for the position. (3) I have a lot to offer your company. (4) I believe that working in you’re company would be a good experience for me as well.

(B)

(5) This May, I will graduate with a degree in management from the university of Washington-Tacoma.  (6) In college, I have taken many management classes that have taught me essential leadership skills for the workplace. (7) Many of my management classes have also given me hands-on experience collaborating with others in group projects. (8) One of these group projects was an extended research paper about diversity in the workplace.  (9) This project not only gave me experience working with others, but also pushed me to think about the complicated nature of todays workplace. (10) I would bring my leadership skills, my experience working with others, and my insights about diversity in the workplace to your company’s management position. 

(C)

(11) My work experience qualifies me for the management position. (12) For the past two years, I have been a floor manager at Pete’s Computer Shop. (13) Pete’s is a local computer store that specializes in home office equipment. (14) At this job, I have gained working knowledge of computers that is relevant to the management position at Watson Computer Repair. (15) I do not have any direct experience repairing computers; but my general knowledge of computers helps me communicate about computers with the customers and repairpersons. (16) Additionally, my work at Pete’s has given me hands-on management experience. (17) At Pete’s, I managed a staff of 15. (18) This is experience that would bring to your company. 

(D)

(19) I am very excited about the prospect of working for your company. (20) My contact information is provided below. (21) I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Bill Sacamano
105 Parker Lane
Bellevue, WA 98004

1.    Sentence 1: I am writing to apply for the manager position, that was advertised in the April 10th edition of the Bellevue Reporter.

Which is the best way to write the underlined portion of the sentence? If the original is the best way, choose option (1).

(1)    position, that
(2)    position that
(3)    position. That
(4)    position, that,
(5)    position; that

2.    Sentence 4: I believe that working in you’re company would be a good experience for me as well.

What correction should be made to sentence 4?

(1)    insert a comma after that
(2)    remove that
(3)    change company to Company
(4)    change you’re to your 
(5)    no correction is necessary

3.    Sentence 5: This May, I will graduate with a degree in management from the university of Washington-Tacoma. 

What correction should be made to sentence 4?

(1)    remove the comma after May
(2)    change degree to Degree
(3)    change university to University
(4)    replace this with in
(5)    insert a comma after management

4.    Sentence 9: This project not only gave me experience working with others, but also pushed me to think about the complicated nature of todays workplace.

What correction should be made to sentence 4?

(1)    change others to other’s
(2)    change others to others’
(3)    change todays to todays’
(4)    change todays to today’s
(5)    no correction is necessary

5.    Sentence 13: Pete’s is a local computer store that specializes in home office equipment.

What correction should be made to sentence 13?

(1)    replace Pete’s with Petes
(2)    replace Pete’s with Petes’
(3)    replace computer with computer’s
(4)    replace computer with computers’
(5)    no correction is necessary

6.    Sentence 15: I do not have any direct experience repairing computers; but my general knowledge of computers helps me communicate about computers with the customers and repairpersons.

Which is the best way to write the underlined portion of the sentence? If the original is the best way, choose option (1).

(1)    computers; but
(2)    computers. But
(3)    computers, but
(4)    computers, but,
(5)    computers but

Answers to Mechanics Practice Questions

1.    Answer (2) position that is the best choice. Inserting a comma before “that” is a very common error that writers make. The comma in this sentence is not necessary because “that was advertised in the April 10th edition of the Bellevue Reporter” is an essential clause. Without this clause, we would think the writer was simply applying for a manager position (as opposed to this specific position that was advertised). Essential clauses (these clauses begin with that or which) are never set off by commas. Nonessential clauses (these clauses begin with which) are. When determining whether a clause like this one needs a comma, ask yourself whether the information is necessary to the sentence’s meaning. If so, it is an essential clause. For more information, see the OWL resource on Essential and Nonessential Clauses and the CWEST resource on Commas

2.    Answer (4) change you’re to your is the best answer. This sentence needs the possessive “your” to show possession over the “company.” In the original sentence, “you’re” is actually a contraction that means “you are.” For more information, see the CWEST resource on Spelling.  

3.    Answer (3) change university to University is the correct answer. In this sentence, “university” should be capitalized because it refers to a specific university. Sometimes, a writer may use the word university generally, as in, “Someday I would like to go to a university.” When the word is used like this, it does not need to be capitalized. When thinking about whether a place should be capitalized on the GED, ask yourself if the writer is referring to a specific place. For more information, see the CWEST resource on Capitalization.

4.    Answer (4) change todays to today’s is the correct answer. In this sentence, the writer is referring to today’s workplace (as opposed to a workplace of the past or future). Today is possessive of workplace. The apostrophe is needed to show this possession. For more information, see the CWEST resource on Spelling, Contractions, and Homonyms.

5.    Answer (5) no correction is necessary is the best answer. Always remember that there will be some sentences on the GED that are correct the way they are. Don’t get tricked!

6.    Answer (3) computers, but is the correct answer. In this sentence, “but” is a conjunction that connects the two clauses. Because these two clauses are both independent clauses, it is necessary to use a comma. For more information, see the CWEST resources on Commas and Coordination and Subordination.

GED Essay Game

This resource was written by Jaclyn Wells.
Last edited by Jaclyne Wells on March 23, 2010 .

Summary:
This game will help you practice preparing for and writing your GED essay.

You will only have 45 minutes to write your GED essay, so practicing your preparation and writing skills will help you do the best job possible within a timed period. Use the CWEST GED Essay Game as many times as you need to practice.

You may fill out the GED Essay Game as you move through it, or if you do not have the technology to run the game, you may print it out and fill in the boxes.

Click here to play the CWEST GED Essay Game!