As a longtime tutor helping adult learners pass the GED, Scott Solomon taught reading, writing, social studies, science, and math in such East-Central Illinois settings as Parkland College, the Urbana Adult Education Center, and the Champaign Urban League.
After his relocation to Raleigh, North Carolina, Scott took on a nonfiction assignment: putting down in writing what he gleaned in the course of getting people geared up for the GED. In that spirit, HowtoPasstheGED.com was born. Approaching one thousand printed pages in length, this site is a free online book that provides 24/7 access to preparatory materials for seekers and teachers alike. It offers all subjects in a mobile-friendly menu. In fact, it is optimized for all platforms: phone, tablet, laptop, and desktop.
Although HowtoPasstheGED.com focuses on the GED, its free materials should also be helpful for learners studying to pass the HiSET high school equivalency test, as well as for learners tackling standard high school assignments.
Scott also writes fiction that has appeared in many literary magazines (ScottSolomon.com).