Give adults an opportunity to move forward with a GED
There are a multitude of reasons why someone may not graduate from high school. The GED test can help get them past that hurdle. It demonstrates a person’s high school academic knowledge through a series of four subjects. Testing includes GED math, science, social studies, and language arts.
As part of Gale Presents: Peterson’s Test Prep, the GED Test Prep includes one diagnostic GED practice test and two additional GED practice tests. Specific sections focus on topics such as mathematical reasoning, reasoning through language arts, social studies, and science. A digital rights management (DRM)–free eBook contains additional practice tests as well as information on the test itself and test-taking strategies. It also includes two TASC practice tests, two HiSET® practice tests, and a Master the HiSET Exam DRM-free eBook with additional practice tests.
Peterson’s supplements exam resources by offering students practice tests at significant cost savings versus hiring a tutor or purchasing other study guides. The content covers the same material that test-takers will find on the exam, but isn’t intended to replicate it.
The goal is to help individuals score well by gaining knowledge and expertise within the subject areas covered. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE®) practice tests are created by subject matter experts and change as major revisions are announced. They provide students with immediate scores and feedback. Students can retake the practice tests to check their progress over time.
The GED test features a combination of standard questions, multiple-choice, and essay questions. To earn a high school equivalency, a test-taker needs to score 145 or higher in all four subjects: math, science, social studies, and language arts. The highest GED score range is 175–200 points per subject.