GED, 2018-09SEP-10

This GED Practice Test is designed to prepare you for the new GED® Test, which rolled out nationwide at the start of 2015. Designed to be more rigorous and advanced, it operates as both a high school equivalency benchmark and a springboard into furthering your education. Rather than being broken into five parts as the previous version was, the latest incarnation consists of four parts, which you will also find within our free GED Practice Test here at 4Tests. They are:

  • • Literacy (Reading and Writing)
  • • Mathematics
  • • Science
  • • and Social Studies

All tests are now computer-based and more challenging than previous versions, so it’s only natural that our GED Practice Test would follow suit. In its official version, the test will be about 7.25 hours long with timing spaced out as follows:

Build Virtual Reality Games

About Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality is defined as computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional image or environment that can be interacted with in a seemingly real or physical way by a person using special electronic equipment, such as a helmet with a screen inside or gloves fitted with sensors.

What you will learn with this course

Learn the basics fundamentals and programming techniques required for building fully functional Virtual Reality Apps & Games. This course is designed for students interested in creating Virtual Reality Games. No coding experience is required; all you need is a Google Cardboard and an Android or iOS device for testing your Virtual Reality game.