GED Practice Test: Where Can I Take a GED Practice Test?

Whether you plan on taking the GED practice test online or in a classroom setting, taking these tests can give you an upper hand come time for the official GED exams. Read on to learn where you can take one of these practice tests.

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What is the GED Practice Test?

Taking an official GED practice test will give you an idea of where you stand in regards to each of the five subject areas tested. Practice tests will allow you to get a 'preview' of the actual tests without the fear of failing and pressure associate with the actual exam. Identifying your weaknesses ahead of time will allow you to improve your abilities and knowledge before the big test.

Official Practice Tests - Classroom Setting

The National Center for Family Literacy has a call center that can provide you with assistance. The Family Literacy Infoline can be reached at 1-877-FAMLIT1 (1-877-326-5481) or at www.famlit.org. Your state department of education may also offer low cost or free GED preparation classes in your area.

Official Practice Tests - Online

  • 4Tests- 4Tests provides a free, online practice exam from the comfort of your home. Their website serves the education and testing markets and assists you with passing your upcoming GED exam. Get more information at www.4tests.com.
  • GEDonline- GEDonline is a virtual community made up of individuals like you helping themselves. Visit their website for more information and a tour of their services. Find out more at www.gedonline.org.
  • passGED- Test your skills and knowledge with authentic GED test questions similar to the ones on the actual GED. PassGED's official practice tests will convert your scores to actual GED test scores so you'll know immediately if you are prepared enough to pass the official GED exam. To learn more, log on to www.passged.com.
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