The General Educational Development Test, commonly known as the GED or high school equivalency degree, is a standardized test and is the only high school equivalency test recognized in all 50 USA states. Currently, GED is a computer-based test. Official computer-based tests are given at test centers all over the country.
There are four subject area tests on GED: Reasoning Through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Social Studies, and Science.
The GED Mathematical Reasoning test is a 115-minute, single-section test that covers basic mathematics topics, quantitative problem-solving and algebraic questions. There are two parts on Mathematical Reasoning section. The first part contains 5 questions where calculators are not permitted. The second part contains 41 test questions.
Are you preparing for the GED Math test? Check out the GED Math books and resources below. All GED Math materials contain full-length GED Math Tests.