Hello, I dropped out of grade ten three years ago due to emotional issues, coping with depression. Now, thanks to time in therapy and light medication, I have much of my depression under control. But that is not the point, since I've dropped out of school, my friends have been urging me to continue my education since. For the past several months, I've been thinking about getting a G.E.D and after heavy thought, I finally registered to take the tests this June and I am looking forward to it. The tests are separated into five different subjects which are; Language Arts, English Social Studies Science (biology, chemistry, etc). Language Arts, reading and comprehension and finally, mathematics. This is where I am seeking help. Through out much of high school, I was a slacker and a day dreamer. I rarely paid attention in class and the only way I was able to pass my courses was I would cram several nights of heavy studying before the final work load and tests. Now let's fast-forward three years later to now. I have all the supplies and study books I need to help me prepare for the G.E.D tests and I don't think I'll have much problems with the first four courses I listed, but math will be a problem. Last time I checked, I'm only capable of doing basic multiplication and division! I am a doofus in this field. The mathematics area on these tests will test my ability in geometry and algebra, among other things and the science portion of the tests has a small area to test my skills in basic physics. My question, how can I cram such knowledge into a four month time-line? As I've mentioned before, I am almost certain I will fly through the language arts, social studies and parts of the science portion of the tests with much ease but it's the mathematics portion that's going to throw me off, so any help at all will be greatly, greatly appreciated. :) Edit: also, this will be the Canadian edition of the G.E.D and I'm not sure if that's any different then the American edition but I figured I'll just mention this any way.