GED Lesson Plans include a list of topics you need to know in order to pass the GED® Test.  For your convenience, these lessons link directly to online video classes provided by Covcell (access to video lessons need to be purchased separately).
You can, of course, use these planners with your favorite GED book or any online course.

Our goal is to create a structured plan that you can follow and organize your learning. We suggest that you learn 3 times a week. This will give you the optimum learning momentum without feeling overwhelmed.

Click on one of the subjects to access the lesson plan:

Here is  the perfect scenario:

  • You book 45-60 minutes for your GED Prep.
  • During the learning time, you watch 3 short video lessons.
  • To make sure you understand these lessons, take the mini-quiz that comes with each lesson.
  • After 5-10 lessons you take a longer practice test to assess your knowledge.
  • If you have time to focus on your GED Prep, learn daily. If not, try to learn 3 times a week.
  • Take regular breaks.


Don’t simply watch hours of video lessons without taking practice test questions. You will quickly forget what you’ve learned unless you take practice test questions to back up those concepts. For instance, when you’ve watched the Climate video lessons, make sure you complete the quiz that accompanies that module.

Rookie mistake #1 is to forget to block your time for learning. Procrastination and excuses are your biggest enemies. Please decide on your learning schedule and stick to it.