You should choose the subject that’s easiest for you. In general, the goal is to go through a series of small successes to develop confidence in your capabilities. We call this the principle of “small steps.” Ask yourself: what topics are easier for me.
One of the most popular parts of the Covcell GED Prep is a module included in every GED Subject prep that includes Lesson-Plans. These lesson-plans have a list of topics you need to know in order to pass the GED® Test. Our goal is to create a structured plan that you can follow and organize your learning.
GED Math is the most feared of all of the tests because there are so many topics, rules, theorems, and laws which can be quite difficult to remember. The GED Math Test is 115 minutes long, and it has about 45-49 questions from 4 main categories. You need to answer correctly between 30 and 32 questions.
The GED® Social Studies Test is 70 minutes long and contains multiple choice questions. The social studies test has questions from four content domain. There are usually 35 questions. To pass the test you need to answer correctly between 23 and 25 questions.
The GED Science Test is 90 minutes long and has about 34-40 questions from 3 main categories, the most important are on Life Science -40%, Physics-40%, Earth and Space Science -20%. You need to answer correctly between 22 and 26 questions.
The GED Language Test is 150 minutes long, and it has about 53 questions from 3 main categories: Grammar, Reading, and Writing. You will also be asked to write an essay. An essay is worth 20% of the whole score, Reading 45%, Writing 35%, Grammar 20%.