Are you wondering what to expect on the GED Math test? The GED® Math Test is divided into two parts and assesses your ability to solve mathematical problems and interpret charts, tables, and graphs.
The GED Math Test is 90 minutes long – 45 minutes for each part – and features 80% multiple-choice questions and 20% constructed answers. Rather than selecting from multiple-choice answers, constructed answers require you to label points on a grid or write answers in a blank.
The content of the GED Math test breaks down as follows:
- 20 – 30% Number Operations and Number Sense
- 20 – 30% Measurement and Geometry
- 20 – 30% Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability
- 20 – 30% Algebra, Functions, and Patterns
It’s critical to remember that most people who don’t pass all sections of the GED® Test on the first try, fail the Math Test. That is, more people fail the Math Test than any other section of the GED®. Study math!!!
Most people who don’t do well with math. For some people it’s been years since they were in high school. To provide as much practice as possible, we have over 500 math questions in our database. Every time you retake the test, the questions should be different.
Our GED Math practice tests have 25 questions. Each question is displayed one at a time. You may not skip any of the questions. Your score will be shown immediately after you complete the test.