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2014 GED Practice Test

The GED or General Equivalency Development credential is issued by the GED Testing Service and is administered at local centers throughout the United States and Canada. We won't bore you with too many details on the GED test since you are obviously looking into taking the test. The GED certificate is the currently the only high school equivalency certificate recognized by all 50 States. According to the testing service, more than 18 million people have passed the GED test. You deserve to be one of them!

The official GED test is administered at more than 3.400 locations across the United States and Canada. It currently takes just over 7 hours to complete all of the subject tests that comprise the GED test. People with a high school credential earn $568,000 more during their lifetime than those without a high school credential. If you've tried to apply for a job without a high school credential, you know it's almost impossible to get hired. The jobs that will hire you pay so little, it's barely worth the cost of gas to go to work!

Our 2014 GED practice test is similar to the real test. Each subject exam will present the same number of questions included on the real GED test.  Our database contains thousands of GED practice test questions. The practice tests offer randomly generated questions. Every time you take a specific exam, the questions will be different. Once you complete the test, click the link to return to our website. If you'd like to practice more questions from the same subject, click the link for the same test to begin again.

It's important to remember that you CANNOT take the GED test online. Only authorized GED test centers can offer the real test. Our free GED practice test will help you study for the actual test. We've heard rumors that the GED Testing Service is considering offering an online GED Test but as yet they have not made any official decisions or have any plans to implement one.



The current GED test covers the following areas: Reading, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and Writing. The Social Studies section of the GED test consists of 50 multiple-choice questions covering the areas of history, geography, civics and government, and economics. The Science section of the GED test consists of 50 multiple-choice questions covering physical science, life science, and earth/space science. The Language Arts Reading section of the GED test consists of 40 multiple-choice questions covering fictional literature, poetry, drama, and prose. The Language Arts Writing section of the GED test consists of  50 multiple-choice questions and one essay. The GED Math test is divided into two sections that cover number operations, number sense, measurement, geometry, data analysis, statistics, probability, algebra, functions, and patterns.

If you're interested in taking the paper GED test, you're out of luck. The traditional paper and pencil exam was replaced with a new computerized test. The new "test on computer" replaced the paper and pencil test on 01/02/14. In fact, states now offer only the computerized exam. Use our free GED practice test and improve your scores on the actual test! The GED test is administered by the GED Testing Service LLC under license from the American Council on Education (ACE). For the first time in 75 years, the GED test is being revamped. The new test will ensure that everyone receiving their GEDŽ certificate has the same general knowledge as high school graduates.  This is a HUGE change! Many high school dropouts complete their GED certificate and claim it was easier than graduating from high school That's a thing of the past! GED test takers will be expected to possess the same general knowledge as high school graduates. If you didn't do well in high school, you need a really good GED practice test!

Effective 01/02/14, many states no longer offer the GED test. They cite the cost of the new computerized test as being too expensive and even "prohibitive." Will the value of a GED certificate be affected. If a certain state doesn't offer the GED test, will colleges and employers in that state continue to accept out-of-state GED certificates? No one really knows for sure. It will obviously be up to each individual state, college, and employer to determine if it will accept an out-of-state GED certificate if the state itself doesn't offer one. 

We offer one of the most comprehensive GED practice tests available online. Try our GED practice test - Math, GED practice test - Reading, GED practice test - Science, GED practice test - Social Studies, or GED practice test - Writing.  

 

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