GED® Language Arts Test
The GED® Test assesses a student’s ability
in the following 5 areas:
Language Arts, Writing
Language Arts, Reading
The Language Arts, Writing
Test has two parts. Part I contains 50 multiple-choice
questions that require the candidate to revise
and edit workplace, "how to," and informational
documents. Part II assesses the candidate’s
ability to write an essay about a familiar topic.
The scores earned on both parts are combined and
reported as a single score.
The Language Arts, Reading Test is a passage-based,
multiple-choice test that measures a candidate’s
ability to comprehend and interpret workplace
and academic reading selections and to apply those
interpretations to new contexts.
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Studies Test contains 50 multiple-choice questions,
Most of the test questions are based on written
and visual texts drawn from a variety of sources,
including academic and workplace texts, as well
as primary and secondary sources. The information
provided maybe one or more paragraphs, a chart,
table, graph, map, photograph, cartoon, or figure.
In every case, to answer the questions in the
Social Studies Test, the candidate must understand,
apply, analyze, or evaluate the information provided.
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Test consists of 50 multiple-choice questions.
The Test questions require you to understand,
interpret, or apply information that is provided
on the test or that is learned through life experience.
The information may be a paragraph, chart, table,
graph, map, or figure.
The Mathematics Test is divided into two equally
weighted parts, each containing 25 questions.
On Part I of the test, the candidate may use a
calculator to compute answers. Because estimation
and mental math are critical skills, he or she
is not permitted to use the calculator on Part
II of the test. A math formulae’s page is
provided for your reference during the test. There’s
nothing better that you could ask for!