# What Is On The 2020 GED Test?

## Which GED subject is the hardest?

MathMath is impossible.

Many students find Math to be the toughest subject and typically take it as their last test..

## Can I pass the GED test without studying?

First of all, you need to know that passing the GED test without studying is not for everyone. If your reading comprehension skills are strong, the chances are that you can pass the Social Studies, Science, and RLA (Literacy) GED subtests. These three tests are so-called open book tests.

## What is the lowest passing score for GED?

GED® Passing Score The GED® test has a passing score of 145 for each test subject. To earn your high school equivalency, you’ll need to score 145 or higher on all four subjects.

## How many questions can you get wrong on GED?

45% of the 45 answers in GED Math is 20.25 answers. To be safe again, we’ll round up. To pass, you need at least 21 correct answers in the GED Mathematical Reasoning section, and you should have no more than 24 wrong answers.

## How long after taking GED Do you get results?

According to the GED Testing Service, test results are available in as few as three hours, or as many as 24 hours, of completion of each GED subject test. You will receive an email when your test results are ready for viewing.

## Is the GED test hard 2020?

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.

## Will the GED test change in 2020?

GED Tests 2020 Changes The key change is that passing three of the four GED subject tests is relying heavily on your critical thinking and reading comprehension skills. Many questions include a 3-5 paragraph text that you need to read and then answer questions related to the text.

## What does it take to pass the GED test?

To pass the GED, you need at least 145 out of 200 on each of the four subject tests. That means your total score for the entire set of exams will need to be at least 580. Note: You need a GED score of at least 580 AND a score of at least 145 per subject test.

## What happens if you fail GED math?

If you did not pass one of your GED® test subjects, you are given two subsequent retests, with no restrictions between retakes. If you fail the third or any subsequent retest, you must wait 60 days for your next attempt. Additional state requirements may apply.

## Does Harvard accept GED?

Harvard does not require any GED or high school diploma for admittance. … You better have great academics and a compelling story, but yes, Harvard will take you with a GED or no diploma at all.