Those without a high school diploma must take the GED (General Educational Development) exam. Test takers who pass the GED have improved their school-level academic ability in the United States or Canada.
The GED exam consists of four parts: Language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies are all important subjects.
The GED Math Exam lasts 115 minutes and consists of 45-49 problems. The GED test is divided into two halves. Students are not permitted to use a calculator throughout Part one, yet the questions are simple to answer. Part two consists of approximately 39-40 questions and test-takers can use a calculator throughout this section.
Use the free GED® Math practice questions, exercises, and tests below to prepare for the real Math test. In addition, our GED Math tools have been completely updated to suit the most recent GED modifications.
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Simulate test day with an official GED practice test. Then, score your test. The answers come with explanations so you can learn from your mistakes.