When taking the GED Math test, you should be familiar with arithmetic and math concepts, measurements, equations, and applying math concepts to solve real-life problems.
However, the math test is not a memorization test! You’ll have access to a formula sheet that gives you information like how to calculate the area for different shapes.
You should get familiar with formulas below just to know what to expect.
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You don’t need to memorize everything listed in this guide! You’ll be handed a Math Formula Sheet. The GED Math test covers content fields like Number Operations and Number Sense (some 20 to 30 percent), Measurement and Geometry (20 to 30 percent), Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability (20 to 30 percent), and Algebra, Functions, and Patterns (also some 20 to 30 percent).
The GED Math subtest includes two parts. In part two, the use of a calculator is permitted. You are allowed 115 minutes to deal with all the GED Math questions.
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