What to Expect on the GED Test
ACE's Commission on Adult Learning and Educational Credentials sets the minimum requirements for issuing a GED credential. The 2014 scale runs from 110 to 200 with 150 scaled score points as the Passing Standard for high school equivalency and 170 scaled cores points as the GED® Score with Honors, reflective of readiness for career and college.
|Reasoning through Language Arts||150 minutes|
|Social Studies||70 minutes|
|Mathematical Reasoning||115 minutes|
Questions are provided in multiple-choice format. Each multiple-choice question lists five possible choices; you must select the best answer.
- Candidates may choose to take multiple modules in several appointments. As a result, the total exam length and fee will vary for each exam appointment.
- Candidates who choose to take multiple modules in several appointments will not receive a credential until the entire test has been completed.
- Candidates will have to visit the GED Testing Service website https://ged.com/ to receive test results.
- Candidates may not complete the exam in one day through the Panola College testing center.