GED tests

5 FAQs About GED Tests

5 FAQs About GED Tests

GED is an American based exam that is equivalent to high school diploma. This exam is internationally accepted and is an invaluable resource both for international students or for home-based students looking forward to furthering their education. This sets you up for better academic and professional prospects. The GED exams include four timed tests. Below is a list of concerns raised by individuals with an interest in GED.

What is the mode of study for the GED tests?DDsdfvsafdervwdWS

Even though taking classes is not compulsory, it is highly recommended because it has been proven to help students pass the tests. The classes are designed for working people who have many responsibilities and hence, there is a need for more flexibility in the scheduling of classes. Tests are administered online. As such, you can always study from wherever you are comfortable Can I study at one location and test at another? Yes, this occurs quite often. Your tutor will help you with the necessary details to make an informed.

What happens during a GED testing session?

At each session, a GED testing adjudicator will check your test ID, have you sign the required documents, take your picture, and then have you seated at the station to take your computer-based test. During the testing session, you are not allowed to take any unofficial breaks. In case your leave the workstation during an unscheduled break, then you will have to forfeit the test.

What is the passing score for each test?

Each test consists of up to 200 points, and a standard passing score of 150 is required for each of the four exams. A total of 600 points are needed to obtain a GED Certificate. After a successful exam seating, the results are available within 24 hours. All transcripts will be posted to your account on the official GED website. Your Official Results and Your Diploma will be sent to you by mail after around four to five weeks.

If I fail one test, do I need to take all the four tests again?

assdfvwarfdqqSd No. You will only take the test(s) that you fail. There will be a $40 fee for every part you retake. However, for those that fail, there is a limit to the number of retakes. Ideally, you are allowed a maximum of four retakes annually. However, you will have to wait up to 30 days before handling the first two retakes. For each additional retake, you have to wait at least 60 days between various testing sessions.

Are there any practice tests?

For revision purposes, taking the GED Practice Test can be of great help. With it, you find out which area you need to work on before the actual test. As such, it increases your chances of passing the test.…