About This Chapter
About the GED Test - Chapter Summary
Taking the GED test can feel a bit overwhelming if you don't know what to expect. This chapter can ease your mind by providing important details about the test, including when it is taken, ways to succeed and how to get your scores. Lessons provide in-depth information to ensure you feel confident on the day of the exam. Once you've reviewed this chapter, you will be able to:
- Identify GED test sections, and take steps to register for the test
- Understand how questions are scored, and locate your scores after taking the test
- Utilize strategies that can help you pass the exam
- Determine when and where to take the test
Lessons are accessible from any computer, smartphone or tablet to help you learn about the GED test anywhere you can access the Internet. Feel free to review these lessons in any sequence you desire and as often as needed until you have a good grasp of concepts covered in this chapter. If you need additional details about the lessons, don't hesitate to submit your questions to our experts. Taking these steps will increase your readiness to take and succeed on the exam.
1. GED Test Information: Sections, Scoring & Registration
Earning a GED can position you for post-secondary education and greater career opportunities. Read on to learn about the content of the GED tests, how they are scored, and how to register.
2. How Do I Get My GED Test Scores?
Use this article to find out how to get digital and paper copies of your GED test scores. Learn what steps you need to take to access your scores and find out more about the exam.
3. How to Pass the GED Test
Learn how to successfully pass your GED test with this article. Find out what you need to know about the test, as well as how to study to get the score you need.
4. GED Test Dates
Individuals interested in earning GED credentials must schedule testing appointments at official testing centers. Learn when and where tests are offered, and get tips to help you prepare for test day.
5. GED Testing Centers and Locations
The GED exam is administered at community testing centers in all 50 states. Test-takers can find convenient test centers on the Internet and by calling institutions devoted to adult education.
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Other chapters within the GED Study Guide course
- GED General Skills
- GED Question Types
- GED Mathematical Reasoning Test Information
- GED Math: Number Sense & Problem Solving
- GED Math: Decimals & Fractions
- GED Math: Ratio, Proportion & Percent
- GED Math: Data, Probability & Statistics
- GED Math: Algebra Basics, Expressions & Polynomials
- GED Math: Equations, Inequalities & Functions
- GED Math: Geometry
- GED Science Test Information
- GED Science: Science Study Skills
- Overview of Scientific Foundations
- GED Science: Life Sciences
- GED Science: Earth and Space Science
- GED Science: Physical Science
- About the GED: Reasoning Through Language Arts
- GED RLA: Comprehension of Informational Texts
- Organizing Ideas for Writing
- GED RLA: Analyzing of Informational Texts
- GED RLA: Grammar, Mechanics & Word Choice
- GED RLA: Writing & Structuring Sentences
- GED RLA Extended Response: Writing About a Text
- GED Social Studies: Reading Skills
- GED Social Studies: Analysis Skills
- GED Social Studies: Writing Skills
- GED Social Studies: Math Skills
- World History (8000 BCE to 600 CE)
- World History (600 to 1600)
- World History (1600 to 1930)
- World History (1930 to Present)
- U.S. History (Pre-Columbian Period to 1791)
- U.S. History (1791 to 1877)
- U.S. History (1877 to 1929)
- U.S. History (1929 to Present)
- Post World War II Politics & Culture
- Types of Governments
- The History of American Democracy
- Key Documents in the Creation of the U.S.
- Overview of Federalism in the United States
- Election Process
- Individual Rights & Civic Responsibilities
- Public Policy Overview
- Foundations of Economics
- Basic Geography Tools & Concepts
- Physical Features of the Earth & the Environment
- Overview & Effects of Human Migration
- GED Math: Problem Solving Flashcards
- GED Science: Life, Physical and Chemical Flashcards
- GED Reasoning Through Language Arts Flashcards
- GED Social Studies Flashcards