## How do I study for my GED test?

**1 Month GED Study Schedule**

- Take a practice
**test**.**Your**first step is to take an overall look at**your**current level of academic skill. - Make a
**study**guide. Create a checklist of major concepts for each subject**test**. - Create a
**study**schedule you can stick to. - Find
**study**materials. - Keep
**studying**! - Schedule
**your GED**exams. - Pack up for
**test**day. **Pass your GED**!

## Can I pass the GED test without studying?

First of all, you need to know that **passing the GED test without studying** is not for everyone. If your reading comprehension skills are strong, the chances are that you **can pass** the Social Studies, Science, and RLA (Literacy) **GED** subtests. These three **tests** are so-called open book **tests**.

## What is the best study guide for the GED test?

**6 GED Books You Should Know in 2021**

- Kaplan’s GED Test Prep Plus.
- McGraw-Hill Education Preparation for the GED Test.
**Barron’s**GED Flash Cards.- GED®
**Math**Test Tutor, GED & TABE Test Preparation. - Cracking the GED Test with 2
**Practice Tests**. - GED Exam Flashcard Study System from Mometrix.

## How do I study for GED 2020?

**GED Study** Tips – Prep for Your **GED** Practice EXAM

- Understand what’s on each of the four tests (math, reading, science, and English and language usage)
- Focus on the material you’re not good at.
- Develop a flexible
**study**schedule. **Study**when you are most alert.

## What kind of math is on the GED test?

Topics on the GED Math are number operations and number sense (about 20% to 30% of the test), measurement & geometry (approximately 20% to 30% of the test), data analysis and statistics (about 20% to 30% ), and Algebra (approximately 25% to 30%of the test). There are two parts on the Mathematical **Reasoning** section.

## What is the easiest GED test?

Personally I found math the easiest, followed by social studies, science, then RLA. Only cause u was studying for math for the last 6 months so I knew I had it. I didn’t study the others. For **practice** tests, GED.com’s official tests.

## Is the GED harder than high school?

Although the **GED** test represents less of a time commitment **than** a **high school** diploma, it’s not academically easier. The test is graded on an equivalency scale compared to current **high school** students. To pass, test takers must perform on a level comparable to or above 60% of **high school** seniors.

## Is it hard to pass a GED test?

The **GED**® **test** is **hard** because it is very time-pressured. The **GED test** gives you limited time (from 70 to 150 minutes, depending on the subject) for around 35-40 questions per subject. Many **GED test**-takers end up feeling that they could have done much better if they only had more time.

## How many questions can you miss on the GED math test to pass?

The GED Math Section has **46 questions**, and a passing score is **145-164**. There is no exact number of questions you can miss and still pass, but, according to the GED Testing Service, you need approximately 60%-**65**% of your points to pass.

## Is GED math hard?

On a scale from 100 to 200, you must score at least 145 to pass each subject test, and at least 580 to pass the **GED** as a whole. Of the four subject tests, **math** is generally the most **difficult**, and the one that students most frequently fail. Fortunately, you only need to retake subject tests that you don’t pass.

## What is on the 2020 GED test?

The **GED**^{®} **exam** is made up of 4 subjects, broken into separate exams: Mathematical Reasoning, Reasoning Through Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science. You don’t have to take all 4 exams at once — you can space them out and go at your own pace.

## Can you use a calculator on the GED?

**You can** bring your own **calculator** to the **GED** test and **use** it during the Social Studies test, the Science test, and Section 2 of the Mathematical Reasoning test. **You can use** your own **calculator** provided the following: It is a TI-30XS on-screen **calculator**. **You** place it in a secure locker before beginning the **GED** test.

## What is the hardest subject on the GED test?

On average, students spend about three months preparing for and taking the **exam**. What is the **hardest subject on the GED test**? According to the majority of **GED test**-takers, Mathematics is the **hardest** one.

## How can I pass my GED math test?

After reading this guide, take a free practice **test** so you’ll know you’ll be all set to take on the **GED Math test**.

**10 Tips for the Math GED Test**

- Take and Use Notes.
- Study on Your Mobile Device.
- Set Goals.
- Learn from Wrong Answers.
- Study Every Day.
- Read
**Questions**Carefully. - Eliminate Wrong Answers.
- Skip Hard
**Questions**.

## Can you cheat the GED test?

Absolutely. It’s a very strict **test**, and **if you could** somehow manage to **cheat**, there **would** be major consequences. There’s a reason it’s considered an equivalent to a high school diploma now. It’s taken seriously in part because of its legitimacy.