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RLA (Reasoning Through Language Arts) STUDY MATERIAL FOR GED EXAM

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Explore our free GED Reasoning Through Language Arts review course and get ready for the GED Reasoning Through Language Arts test using our exam review tips.

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A free GED Language Arts practice test. The Reasoning Through Language Arts section of the GED tests your reading comprehension skills.

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As a part of the GED Reasoning Through Language Arts test, there is a 45 minute extended response question. For this question two articles are presented which discuss a topic and take opposing positions. You are required to write an essay after reading these two articles which argues that one of the positions is better supported than the other. Be sure to read our GED Essay Writing Guide for strategies on writing a great essay.

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Home of the official GED test. Find everything you need to earn your high school equivalency - prep with a free practice test, find study guides, classes, and schedule online.

Sample RLA Prompts - High School Equivalency Exam

The United States is a nation on the move.  To make sure we do not move too fast, highway speed limits have been a fact of life for many years.  Speed limits in America go back to 1757 in Boston when it was illegal for horses to move faster than a walking pace on Sundays.  Interstate highways, first built in the 1950s, were designed to handle speeds of at least 70 miles per hour.  When the energy crisis came in 1973, the National Maximum Speed Law established a 55 mile per hour limit for the entire country.  By the late 1980s, lower oil prices meant states could choose to have higher speed limits which they did. 

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