When question one appears, read it carefully and try to guess the answer before looking at the responses. Then look for the answer in the responses. Write down your response. The question will then be answered by the narrator. Listen to the answer and why you got it right or wrong. Any of these questions could quite possibly be on the GED test.
These three videos, question and answer process will expose you to so much information. It is so important that you take the time to watch each of these as it will improve your chances of passing the actual GED test.
Google Top 21 Most Famous Supreme Court Decisions and read each one, but know the following:
Brown V. Board of education (separation of students according to race was declared unconstitutional)
Plessy V. Ferguson (upheld separate between equal segregation laws in states)
Roe V Wade (woman have a constitutional right to an abortion during 1st 2 trimesters)
Obergefell V Hodges (deemed bans on same sex marriages or not recognizing as such is unconstitutional)