Content areas: Once you have gained some practice with the GED exams, the next step is to register and pass the GED testing battery. Fees vary by testing site and you will need to provide a government-issued photo ID (driver’s license or passport) along with social security card or student ID.
They are: All tests are now computer-based and more challenging than previous versions, so it’s only natural that our GED Practice Test would follow suit.
In its official version, the test will be about 7.25 hours long with timing spaced out as follows: The GED® Test will have a passing score of 150 for each subject.
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This GED Practice Test is designed to prepare you for the new GED® Test, which rolled out nationwide at the start of 2015.
To pass, students will need to reach a score of at least 150 on each section and achieve a total score of 600 or higher.
One may also earn an “Honors” score if receiving a score of 170 or higher on any subject.
Every question on the GED is worth one point if answered correctly and zero points if answered incorrectly.
The Language Arts-Writing test is based on a combination of scores from Part 1 (multiple choice) and Part 2 (essay component).
These pass rates allow test-takers to make up for one area of weakness by strong performance in another; e.g.
a lower score in science may be made up for by a high score in social studies and result in an overall passing score on the GED!