We offer free online GED practice tests with immediate scoring. You do not need to register for the tests. At the end of each test you’ll immediately be shown your score. To improve your score, retake the same test until you know the answers by heart. Then continue to the next text and do the same thing.
Our GED practice tests have between 10 and 25 questions. We once offered longer tests with 50 to 100 questions but almost no one completed them. It takes only a few minutes to answer 10 questions. You’ll immediately know your score and can determine if you need more practice on that particular subject.
Our Math GED practice test database contains over 500 math questions. Math isn’t everyone’s strongest subject. The new GED test contains Algebra and Geometry. With math covering so many subjects, we highly recommend that you take as many math practice tests as your time allows. If you score 30 on one of our math practice tests then skip to a different subject, you probably won’t pass the math section of the GED test.
The new GED test released in 2014 combines Reading and Writing into a single test called Reasoning Through Language Arts. We believe Reading and Writing are two distinctly different academic subjects. We’ve included separate tests for Reading and Writing so you can practice one subject or both.