Try our free GED Practice Test. Our online practice questions have been fully updated to cover the same material that is on the latest version of the GED, which was released in 2014. The test went through major changes at that time, so make sure you are using updated material for your test prep, such as our website!
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The GED is the leading high school equivalency test. More than 20 million people have taken the GED, and the GED transcript is accepted by 97% of colleges and employers. The test went through a major overhaul in 2014 in order to ensure that it measures the knowledge and skills that are essential for career and college readiness.
The GED is offered in English and Spanish, and it can be taken at any of the authorized testing centers. It is administered by computer, and your scores are provided within 3 hours of completion. The minimum passing score is 145, but with a score of 165 you will earn the GED College Ready designation. A score of 175 will allow for you to earn college credit for that subject.
If you never received a high school diploma, then passing the GED can be very important to your success in life. It can allow you to go to college, to enroll in vocational training, and to get a better job. But the test is fairly challenging, so be sure to do plenty of test prep, starting with our free GED practice test.
There are four parts to the test:
- Reasoning Through Language Arts (150 minutes)
- Mathematical Reasoning (115 minutes)
- Science (90 minutes)
- Social Studies (70 minutes)
The updated 2014 GED is more difficult than the previous version. You should get a good study guide and carefully review this study material. Also, take our online GED practice test. Our free practice questions will give you an idea of how well your preparation is coming along. Once you are getting good practice scores on these sample questions, then you will know you are ready for your test. Good luck!