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1/24/2018 MyGED® : Study Guide GED Study Guide MATH What you need to know about the GED® Math Test 1 You should be familiar with arithmetic and math concepts, measurements, equations, and applying math concepts to solve real-life problems. Remember, the math test is not a memorization test! You'll have access to a formula sheet that gives you information like how to calculate the area for different shapes. 2 This study guide and the example questions in it will help you get an idea of what’s going to be on the test. 3 You don’t need to know everything in this guide! If you want to see how close you are to passing, the GED Ready® official practice test is a great way to help you determine if you’re ready. Test Overview Topics Rational Numbers Shapes and Measurement Graphs and Functions Expressions and Equations Time (to take the test) 115 minutes 3 minute break between parts (to retrieve your calculator) Format 2 parts Calculator allowed for part 2 Access to calculator reference sheet and math formula sheet Multiple choice and other question types (drag and drop, fill in the blank, hot spot, and drop down) What you'll be tested on The GED test will measure your strength in the skills below. Click on a skill to learn more about it. 1 1/24/2018 MyGED® : Study Guide Basic Math 1 Fractions and decimals in order Place fractions and decimals in order. For example, you can order the set of numbers: in order from smallest to largest: Example Questions Frac ...
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