What is the hardest part of the GED test?

What is the hardest part of the GED test?

Generally speaking, though, we can say that most GED students find Mathematics the most problematic and challenging of the four GED modules (subtests). And to build up self-confidence and to get used to the testing format, taking the most challenging GED® subject first may not be so wise.

Did GED test get harder?

The GED test has been revised over the years, but in 2014 it will undergo a complete overhaul. It will become more difficult and more expensive. For years, the GED test was dismissively called the ‘Good Enough Diploma’ because passing the test was so much easier than earning a traditional high school diploma.

How hard is the math part of the GED?

To pass the Math GED test, you only need a minimum score of 145 points. Each subject on the test is scored on a scale of 100-200, so you only need to get about 45% of the questions right in order to pass.

Is 158 a good GED score?

A good GED score is at least 145 points per subject so at least 580 points for the whole test (4 subjects). This score guarantee that you pass the GED test and receive the GED diploma from your home state.

How many questions can you miss on GED math?

The GED Math Section has 46 questions, and a passing score is 145-164. There is no exact number of questions you can miss and still pass, but, according to the GED Testing Service, you need approximately 60%-65% of your points to pass.

How many questions can you miss on the math GED test?

What should I study for GED math?

Here’s the breakdown of the 4 major areas of math you’ll need to study for:

  • Basic Math. Know how to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using a calculator.
  • Geometry. Understand how to use formulas relating to shapes and objects.
  • Algebra.
  • Graphs and Functions.

What is mostly on the GED math test?

Topics on the GED Math are: measurement & geometry (approximately 20% to 30% of the test), data analysis and statistics (about 20% to 30% ), and Algebra (approximately 25% to 30%of the test).

How to pass the GED math test?

Textbooks. If you have any old mathematics textbooks,you can read them and work on practice problems.

  • Practice Tests. The GED Testing Service offers practice tests through its website (
  • In Person Classes. Some school districts and community colleges offer GED prep courses.
  • Online Study Guides.
  • What skills do I need for the GED math test?

    Identify the different type of fractions

  • Change a fraction into a decimal
  • Convert a mixed fraction into an improper fraction
  • Reduce a fraction
  • How do I pass my GED math?

    Attainable: This means you should set goals that reasonable. Think about your reality and your schedule.

  • Measurable: This means set goals you can measure. These goals should be as specific as possible.
  • Within Your Control: This means set goals you can control. “I’m going to pass my Math GED test in June” is hard to control.
  • What are the difficulties in passing a GED exam?

    You can open and close the whiteboard and your notes will not be lost.

  • Use the “Pen” tool to draw and write out your math problems
  • Use the “Eraser” tool to erase parts of your work
  • Use the left and right arrows to “undo” and “redo”
  • The “Clear” button in the bottom left corner is used to erase the entire whiteboard and all your notes