GED Math Practice Tests will help you get ready for the Math portion of the GED® Test. The Mat section is considered the most difficult exam of the four GED subtests.
- Math Practice Test 20 Questions
- Math Practice Test 20 Questions (set 2)
- Math Practice Test 25 Questions
- Math Practice Test 25 Questions (set 2)
- Math Practice Test 25 Questions (set 3)
GED test takers may get somewhat overwhelmed when they look at what they’re expected to know for the Math portion of the GED Test. Many applicants have not seen a school from the inside for several years, but also for those who quit school recently, the Math portion is often the most difficult part of the GED Tests. We understand that it is often this Math part that concerns many students and that this section prevents many possible GED applicants from taking the GED Test at all.
Se we developed many GED Math video lessons and also a number of Math practice tests. Video lessons are in fact a great way to become optimally prepared for the actual GED Math section and if you use our instruction, you’ll be guided optimally towards your GED Math subtest in a timely manner! You may also want to take a closer look at our very effective strategies for successful testing that are also a great help to fast-track your learning process. All four GED modules (Mathematical Reasoning, Reasoning through Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies) are scored on a scale that runs from 100 to 200 and the minimum score you need to attain on each subtest is 145.
In general, your skills to understand and apply the right problem-solving strategies will be crucial for being successful on the Math section of the GED Test. The GED Math test has two parts. At the first part, you can not use a calculator, but at the second part, there will be an on-screen calculator available for you. You may also bring your own calculator, but it has to be a Texas Instruments TI-30XS Multiview Scientific Calculator, which is the same as the on-screen embedded one.
Part 1 contains five questions and you can go up and down between these questions. Before you can move ahead to part 2 of the GED Math test, you will need to have completed the first section and have submitted the answers to these five questions. Math part one and two will not be timed separately so you can decide for yourself how long you will need to finish each of these sections. In total, you have 115 minutes to deal with both sections.
The Math Section of the GED Test includes Quantitative Problem Solving (rational numbers – 25%), Quantitative Problem Solving (measurement – 20%), Algebraic Problem Solving (expressions & equations – 30%), and Algebraic Problem Solving (graphs & functions – 25%).
You don’t need to memorize all sorts of Math formulas, they will be provided. On test day, you will receive a Formula Reference Sheet so you can calculate your answers using this sheet. You can use them for solving Math problems that are on the test, but they will also appear useful in your everyday life. These Math formulas are actually procedures for a step-by-step method that lead to solutions for mathematical issues and problems. They are in fact useful recipes when you need to find, for example, things like a certain distance, a slope, or the area, volume, or perimeter of a sphere or a triangle.
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