Free GED Math Practice Test

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Completing GED Math practice tests before exam day will give you a good idea of your preparedness for related questions. Read on to find a few places where you can take some of these practice tests at no charge.

Taking Practice GED Math Tests for Free

When looking for free GED practice exams in math, you'll want to keep your eye out for places that let you immediately access the tests without any kind of commitment. The websites listed below will allow you to take any and all practice exams right away, without even providing so much as an email address.


This simple website, set up much like a blog, offers three multiple-choice tests in math, with ten questions contained in each of them. You can also find a general tips section with strategies to remember when taking your actual GED exam.


While this website only offers two practice math exams, the questions are pulled from a massively deep pool and randomized. Essentially, you can spend an infinite amount of time on this site and never get the same test twice, a huge advantage over trying to search for different tests and wasting time you could be spending on studying.

GED Testing Service

As an added bonus, the creators of the GED exam have a free practice math test posted on their website. To make your studies even easier and more convenient, you have the option of downloading the ZIP file of the entire practice exam and using it offline.

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If you are a new subscriber to the site, Study.com offers a free five-day trial of the entire library of courses, including the GED Math Review course, which contains video lessons, lesson quizzes, chapter exams and a comprehensive final test.

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