GED Test


For anyone who didn’t finish high school, the GED exam can be the pathway to a much better life. It used to be offered as either a computer based test or a pencil and paper test, but now it’s only available in the computer version. There are four parts on the GED test: Reasoning Through Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Questions are presented in several formats: short answer, multiple choice, hot spot, fill in the blank, drop down, drag and drop, and extended response. It’s important to spend time preparing for the exam, because it’s not easy to pass. Mometrix Academy offers a lot of free GED practice test questions and videos you can use to get ready for the exam.


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GED Practice Tests

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Last updated: 11/20/2015
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