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Is the GED hard to pass 2020?
The GED test is hard because it is very time-pressured. But if you prepare with good resources, the GED is quite easy. The GED test gives you limited time (from 70 to 150 minutes, depending on the subject) for around 35-40 questions per subject.
What is the highest possible score on a GED test?
GED score system The maximum attainable score across the four modules is 800 and you are required to earn no less than 580 points across the board. The four tests may be taken separately so a 580 score is only good if you’ve reached a 145 score on each of the four sections.
Can you take the GED exam twice?
In many cases, you’ll be allowed to retake GED exams without any waiting period between test attempts. That means that you can take your exam again only days after you took it the first time if you choose to do so. It’s usually possible to retake the test twice (for a total of 3 testing attempts) without a waiting period.
How do I retake my GED exam?
Log in to GED.com to see your scores under the My Scores section. I passed my exam, but want to retake it to achieve a higher score. Can I do that? In order to retake a subject that you have already passed, there is an approval process. To request a retake of one or more exam subjects, you will need to email a brief explanation to [email protected].
What happens if you fail a GED test?
Any individual who fails a GED test can take the test again. If you need to sit for a retake, you must follow your state’s retake policy and re-register for your exam.
How much does it cost to take the GED test?
Your GED test cost includes a $20 GED Testing Service fee. In the event that you need to retake a GED exam, you do not need to pay the $20 Testing Service fee again. This applies to a maximum of 2 retakes. In order to receive these discounts, you must retake the test within 1 year of your original test date.