How should I prepare for my GED test with StudyPug?
You can first test yourself with the GED practice test to see which areas and topics you need to focus more on. Then, watch our ged prep classes and work on the practice questions for review and better understanding. Keep repeating the cycle until you are confident with all testing materials: practice ged test → learn from our video lessons and work on practice questions on topics you have trouble with → practice ged test.
What is the ged passing score?
The test has four sections: Mathematical Reasoning, Science, Reasoning through Language Arts, and Social Studies. To receive a GED certificate, you must score at least 145 out of 200 points on each of the four sections. For those in Canada, to get an Ontario High School Equivalency Certificate, a passing score is 450 out of 800 on each section.
Are calculators allowed during the GED test?
Yes, but only the TI-30XS Multiview Scientific Calculator is allowed. There will be an on-screen calculator available for all test-takers too. In Canada, you are not allowed to use your own personal calculator; however, you will be provided with a calculator (Casio fx-260) during the test.
How long are the GED tests?
The whole test is seven and a half hours long. For the Mathematical Reasoning section, the test is 115 minutes long.
What kinds of questions should I expect to see in the test?
There are seven different types of questions: Extended response, Drag-and-drop, Drop-down, Fill-in-the-blank, Hot spot, Multiple-choice, and Short answer. All tests are administered on computers (offline).
Where can I take the GED test in Canada?
For those who are in Canada, you can check out with the Independent Learning Centre (ILC), the sole provider of the GED testing program in Ontario. In Canada, you can take the test in either English or French.