The free GED Reading practice test is specifically designed to ensure that the test-taker is knowledgeable about the GED and is able to know what to expect when it is time to take the Reading portion of the GED. The Reading portion will consist of 40 multiple-choice questions that will address two main sections that both have their own sub-sections.
The two main sections are Fiction, which is seventy-five percent of the test, and Nonfiction, which is twenty-five percent of the test.
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The Fiction Section is split into five main sub-sections:
- Prose fiction before 1920
- Prose fiction between 1920 and 1960
- Prose fiction after 1960
The Nonfiction section is comprised of three sub-sections:
- Nonfiction prose
- Visual and performing arts reviews
- Workplace and community documents.
Due to our foreknowledge of the domains of this test, we have ensured that the GED Reading practice test will cover these topics thoroughly. When taking this portion of the GED, the test-taker will have 65 minutes to finish.
The GED Writing practice test is specifically designed to ensure that the test-taker is knowledgeable about the GED and is able to know what to expect when it is time to take the Writing portion of the GED.
There are two main sections of the Writing portion; the multiple-choice section and the writing section. The multiple-choice section will consist of 50 questions that need to be completed in 75 minutes and will address four main topics.
These topics are as follows: Organization; Sentence structure; Usage; Mechanics. The writing section will consist of writing an essay over a topic given at the test site. The graders will score based on four main features. these features are: Focused Main Points; Clear Organization; Specific Development of Ideas; as well as Sentence Structure Control, Punctuation, Grammar, Word Choice; and Spelling. When taking this section, the test-taker will have 45 minutes to finish.
Due to our foreknowledge of the domains of this test, we have ensured that the GED Writing practice test will cover these topics thoroughly.
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by Enoch Morrison | Last Updated: March 4, 2019