The Reading and Writing sections of the GED test are now incorporated into a single test called Reasoning Through Language Arts. Since we believe reading and writing are two distinctly different academic subjects, we’ve included separate practice tests for each subject. We have 1000s of questions in our database. If you’re not able to pass the test on the first try, click the “Restart Quiz” button. The new test should display completely different questions.
Our free Reading GED practice test includes poetry, drama, prose fiction, nonfiction prose, and historical documents/writings. This Reading GED practice test contains 10 questions. There is no time limit on the test. You may not skip any of the questions.
Below is the 1st of 5 Reading GED practice tests that we offer. We have 100s of practice questions in our database. If you score less than 90 on the first try, click the “Restart Quiz” button. The test should display different questions each time you retake it.
This Reading GED practice test # 1 contains 10 questions. There is no time limit on the test. You may not skip any of the questions. Your score will be shown after you complete the test. Since reading accounts for almost half the questions on the Reasoning Through Language Arts test, we recommend taking as many of our free Reading GED practice tests as you can.
Reading GED Practice Test 1
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