How is the GED language arts writing test scores?
Each of the five main GED tests (writing, social studies, science, reading, mathematics) is scored on a scale of 200-800. The percentile rank ranges from 1 to 99. The GED Standard Score is intended to compare your performance relative to graduating seniors who took the test.
Is the GED test always the same?
Depending on your state, you’ll take one of three high school equivalency tests: the GED, HiSET, or TASC test. Although some of the content will be slightly different, these tests are similar in many ways. They have mostly multiple choice questions.
Is the GED difficult to pass?
The GED® test is hard because it is very time-pressured. But if you prepare with good resources, the GED is quite easy. The GED test gives you limited time (from 70 to 150 minutes, depending on the subject) for around 35-40 questions per subject. The GED test is also easy because it is NOT tricky.
What percentage of high school dropouts get their GED?
Roughly 30%of white dropouts go on to earn a GED, 20% of black dropouts and 10% of Latino dropouts. But a caveat is that U.S. born Hispanics fare just about equal to black students–about 21% of native-born have a GED, versus 5% of foreign-born Hispanics.