These questions are written by our Math instructor and are similar to what’s on the GED® test.
Each question has four or five answer choices.
Choose the best answer for each question.
Practice tests are important.
Take another test.
It’s important that you know what your weak points are so you can focus on learning these topics. Recent GED graduates have some good advice for you: don’t try to learn for all four GED tests at once.
You are allowed to take one of the four GED tests at a time, so prepare for one subject area, take that test, and move on to the next subject field.
When preparing for the GED test, the most common mistake is to forget to block your time for learning.
Procrastination and excuses are your biggest enemies. Please decide about your learning schedule and stick to it.
Time management is one of the biggest stumbling blocks to passing the GED test.
The second common mistake that leads to failing the GED test is the fact that students spend too much time on one question and end up not making it through the whole test.
These practice tests might give you an idea about which subject(s) you will need to concentrate on most to be successful at the real GED tests.
The real GED exam may be harder than these tests so take one more GED \TASC\HiSET practice test to boost your score.
Disclaimer: This practice test is not related to the Official GED Practice Test™ produced and distributed by the American Council on Education (ACE) and the GED Testing Service. ACE and GED Testing Service LLC have not approved, authorized, endorsed, been involved in the development of, or licensed the substantive content of this practice test.
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