The GED® Science Test is 90 minutes long and has about 34-40 questions from 3 main categories.The most important are:
The GED Science Test is 90 minutes long and has about 34-40 questions from 3 main categories, the most important are on
- Life Science -40%
- Physical Science-40%
- Earth and Space Science -20%
You need to answer correctly between 22 and 26 questions.
You best start learning the lessons from the chapters “Life Science” and “Physical Science” because 80% of all questions on the GED Science test is related to these topics.
85 to 90 percent of science questions can be answered using only the information and data that are provided in the passages and charts and graphs that appear on the science test.
Only 10 or 15 percent of the questions use what we call outside information.
Next lessons include these important topics. You’ll need to understand science concepts, use logic and reasoning to interpret information, and draw conclusions (which is using your critical
thinking skills in science).
Keep in mind: you should be familiar with basic science concepts, but you’re not expected to have in-depth knowledge of each topic.