1. Everyone says to know these but they only give a basic chart in the study guide.. when you mean know your conversions what do you mean? Is it typical household conversions ?
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  4. by   Red35
    I found a list of conversions online...make sure you know liter/milileters/kilogram/gram ounces etc....I also used my GED math book that had a more in depth conversion list.
  5. by   juliemcn
    thank you! i have the study guide but it doest really go into much
    Last edit by juliemcn on Aug 28, '12
  6. by   sirI
    PER TOS and as the Header in this forum states, do not ask specifics of the exam.

    This is academic dishonesty.
  7. by   Red35
    Like I said before...I would use the GED math book or find conversion table online. I really liked the GED math book. it's by far a better book for math( I haven't been in high school for years). Good luck and make sure you practice!