- Work through two (2) full-length GED practice tests, with detailed answers and explanations to every question
- Discover your strengths as well as your weaknesses so you can focus your studies
- Best for: test takers already comfortable with the covered content, but need practice to perfect their skills and pacing for test day
What is the GED, and who is it for?
For those who are over the age of 16 and not enrolled in high school, the GED test provides the opportunity to earn a certificate or diploma that is widely recognized as the equivalent of a high school diploma. Many schools accept GED test certification for entrance into a college or university program if scores are equivalent to those of recently graduating high school seniors.
What is on the GED?
The GED is broken up into 4 separate subject exams, including mathematical reasoning, reasoning through language arts, social studies, and science. There is no need to take all exams at once, so test-takers should space them out as needed.
How do I register for the GED?
The GED can only be taken at official testing centers, so all you need to do is find one near you. The test is offered throughout the year, so check with the GED official site for dates and times. You’ll also need to create an account and log in so you can schedule a test.
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