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Category: GED Scores

Beth Gonzales

GED Scores: Understanding the Scoring Rubric

Understanding your GED scores are important! Read our post to deepen your understanding of the scoring rubric used by current GED exams.

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Beth Gonzales

GED Score to GPA Conversion

Unfortunately, there is no real method for GED score to GPA conversion. However, you can use your GED scores to determine a range of similar statistics. Use our easy tips to convert your GED score into the information you need! Understanding GED test scores In 2013, GED Testing Service gave a national sample of high […]

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Beth Gonzales

Where to Find Your GED Test Results

Most GED test-takers receive results within hours of taking the exam. But where else can your find your GED test results? Read on to find out!

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Beth Gonzales

Does Your GED Score Matter?

Does your GED score really matter? You bet it does. Learn more about why test scores are so important to colleges, scholarships and employers.

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Sarah Bradstreet

How Many Questions Can I Miss on the GED?

How many questions can I miss on the GED and still pass? Learn about GED scoring and what you need to pass each subject test.

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Beth Gonzales

Understanding Your GED Test Scores

GED test scores went through some pretty big changes recently. Read more to learn about current test scores and what these changes to the GED mean for you!

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Sarah Bradstreet

GED Score: What Do I Need to Pass the GED?

Thinking of taking the GED exam? Learn what how the exam is scored, what you need to pass, and what your GED score means.

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Beth Gonzales

When do GED scores come out?

Don’t wait around for your GED scores! We have the basics on GED test scores from delivery timelines to what your scores can tell you about future courses!

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Sarah Bradstreet

What is a Good GED Score?

What is a good GED score? The answer to that depends on what you’re hoping to accomplish with your GED diploma. There are four GED different scoring levels.

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David Recine

How Many Questions Can You Miss on the GED Test?

You need to get a 145 in each section of the GED in order to pass. But how many questions can you miss on the GED Test and still get 145?

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