Do I need to study for the GED?

Do I need to study for the GED?

The GED test measures your understanding of high school subjects like reading, math, social studies, and science. The test usually takes up to 7-8 hours to finish. On average, students spend about 3 months studying for and taking the test. All of that preparation will help you be well prepared for a bright future.

Is GED test hard to pass?

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 percentage of people pass the GED the first time?

Among first-time test-takers, approximately 35 percent did not pass on their first attempt. Approximately 50 percent of GED Tests candidates who did not pass on their first attempt came back for retesting.

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Can you take the GED test without taking classes and/or GED ready?

Take a Quiz And Check Your GED Potential. Let’s clarify in which states you can take the GED test without taking classes and/or the GED Ready test, and in which states you don’t allow you to do that. Alabama does not require GED applicants to first take GED® prep classes. You also don’t need to take the GED Ready® practice test first.

How much does it cost to take the GED test?

There are four GED Ready practice tests (one for each of the 4 GED subtests) that cost $6 each and the results of each practice test will give a pretty accurate answer if you can pass that section of the real GED test. The GED Ready test is purchased on the GED.com website. If you get positive results, schedule the real test.

Do you have to take the GED ready test in Mississippi?

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There’s no need to first attend adult education classes or take the GED Ready prep test. In Mississippi, there’s no state residency requirement and the GED or HiSET exam is open to applicants 18 years of age and older but underage students (16 or 17) may also take the test if they meet specific requirements.

How do you answer the GED math questions?

The majority of questions can be answered using only the information and data included in the passages that appear in the Social Studies, Science, and RLA (Reasoning through Language Arts) subtests. The GED Math test (Mathematical Reasoning) is a different story.