The GED® Testing Service released a new test in January 2014. The GED® test is seven and a half hours long with the timing for each subject area as follows:
The Reasoning Through Language Arts test is 150 minutes long and testing is broken down into three sections. The Mathematical Reasoning test is 115 minutes long and is one single section. The Social Studies test is 90 minutes long and testing is broken down into two sections. The Science test is 90 minutes long and is one single section. The Passing Standard on each content area test has been established at a scaled score of 150 on a scale of 100 to 200.
To find a class near you that will help you prepare for the test visit our websites at:
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For further information about the test, go to:
The GED® Tests cannot be taken online and can only be taken at an official testing center. To register for the test, go to: www.myged.com
The GED® Tests cannot be taken online and can only be taken at an official testing center. Go to http://gedtestingservice.com/testers/test-on-computer to locate a testing center and register for the test.
To pass the GED® Tests and earn a GED® credential, test takers must score higher than 60 percent of graduating high school seniors nationwide. The American Council on Education of the sole developer for the GED® test.
One in every seven Americans with high school credentials received the GED® , as well as one in 20 college students.