We know, math can be scary. But you don’t have to have a “math mind” to pass it -- you just need the right preparation.
Here’s everything you need to know:
The GED® Mathematics test is divided into two parts and measures your problem-solving skills, ability to interpret charts, tables, and graphs, and solve real-life problems.
- Number operations and number sense (20-30%)
- Measurement and geometry (20-30%)
- Data analysis, statistics, and probability (20-30%)
- Algebra, functions, and patterns (20-30%)
You are allowed to use one of the approved calculators listed below on Part I of the test. You’ll need to complete Part II without a calculator.
Try a Sample Question:
Choose the best possible answer.
Last month, the balance in Tisha's checkbook was $1219.17. Since then she has deposited her latest paycheck of $2425.66 and written checks for $850.00 (rent), $235.89 (car payment), and $418.37 (credit card payment).
What is the current balance in Tisha's checking account?