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WHAT IS EXPECTED TO KNOW ABOUT THE GED TEST?

What is GED?

You may know such other meanings for GED as Graduate Equivalency Degree or General Educational Diploma. However, GED Test traditionally stands for General Educational Development Test. 

After graduating from high school, you will normally receive a diploma stating that you’ve finished all the required courses to graduate. Some students in high school are close to completing and getting a diploma but don’t quite get there. In those cases, students have to take a series of tests that will indicate whether or not they have a high school level of education. This is well known as the GED test. 

Today only about 30% of those with their GED certificate enter directly into the workforce, while the rest use the certificate as a “stepping stone” to further their education. To better reflect current educational and workplace requirements, the GED test has also undergone several updates since its inception. While the core subjects being tested have remained the same—English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies—today’s GED test places more emphasis on critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Want to know more about earning your GED credential? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Obtaining your GED is worthwhile, and we’re here to help you discover more about GED as well as provide you FREE GED practice test. Check out our GED practice test now!

What is in a GED test?

The GED test has four main topics of testing:

  • Mathematical Reasoning
  • Reasoning Through Language Arts
  • Science
  • Social Studies

You will take 4 separate tests that together make up the entire GED exam. Each topic test takes at least 1 hour, and you have to get a certain score in order to pass. You can schedule 1 test at a time or all 4 at once.

Here is some basic, latest information you should be noted about the GED test:

  • The Reasoning Through Language Arts section contains some kinds of written response, either essay, short essay, or short answer (several sentences) items. See more specific descriptions of each test section for details. They are located in the practice test areas of this site.
  • The GED test includes a handful of question types to measure how much wider the variety of test takers' knowledge and skill levels. There is the traditional multiple-choice question format, and drag-and-drop, hot spot, fill-in-the-blank, and extended response (short and long essay) types also.
  • The GED test provides detailed score reporting available on the testing day.
  • Students must score at least 145 out of 200 possible points on each of the 4 sections test to get a GED certificate. There is no provision for combining all 4 section scores to obtain a “passing average.”
  • Students can strive for scores higher than the 145 passing scores and get exemption from college placement tests and remediation courses in university, and even get college credit hours. You will register for, schedule, and take the GED test via computer.
  • The GED test is available in both English and Spanish.
  • There are provisions for free accommodations, like extra time and the use of scratch paper. For test security purposes, participants are normally issued wipe-off boards for scratch use, instead of paper.
  • Students can take the GED test up to 3 times with no waiting period and then again, every 60 days. This provides 8 testing opportunities in a year for those students who need to retest.

Make sure to read all of the information about the GED test that is available on this website. It's designed for you to know everything you need!

 

How does our GED practice test work?

Based on the official GED test

We have to say our GED practice test questions are collected and updated carefully based on the annual GED test. Then, our GED practice test would go through the triple-check by our brightest minds. In other words, we always try to improve the quality as well as quantity of our GED practice test questions in order to be as more identical as possible to the real test.

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Besides the practice questions system, we also provide the most detailed explanation for each question, which helps you understand the roots of the problems and rarely make that mistake again and pass the test right the first go! We're proud that our FREE GED practice test, which is one of the best platforms to practice, has been helping many contestants pass the test much more easily!

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FAQs

Is a GED the same as a high school diploma?

→ The GED is a high school equivalency diploma, so you can use it to apply to university or for a job resume, just like you would with a high school diploma. More than 98% of schools in the United States accept the GED, including community colleges, universities, and private schools.

 

How long does it take to finish GED?

→ How long it takes to get your GED all depends on your skill level and education. On average, it takes 3 months, but it could be faster depending on how prepared you are for the exam. Check out the step-by-step process you will need to follow to successfully get your GED on this website.

 

What is the hardest subject on the GED test? 

→ According to the majority of GED test-takers, Mathematics is the hardest one. No surprise there. Most people take Mathematics as their last test for their GED completion.

 

Is GED math hard?

→ On a scale from 100 to 200, you must score at least 145 to pass each subject test, and at least 580 to pass the GED as a whole. Of the 4 subject tests, math is generally the most difficult, and the one that students most frequently fail. Fortunately, you only need to retake the subject tests that you don't pass.

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