# GED Math Practice Test

Practice for GED math by using our practice tests below. Our GED math practice test includes automatic scoring, detailed answer explanations, and covers subjects you will be tested on.

You will be tested on basic algebra, basic math, geometry, and graphs and functions when taking the math portion of the GED.

Summary: Use our GED math questions listed below to prepare and ace the math portion of the GED exam. For general help, visit our GED practice test page.

## GED Math Practice Test

You will find 5 free GED math practice tests linked to below. Take each one and carefully examine the answer explanations at the end.

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## GED Math Overview

The GED math test includes 4 main topics:

1. Basic Math
2. Geometry
3. Basic Algebra
4. Graphs and Functions

You will have 115 minutes to take the math portion. This includes 2 minutes of instruction and a 3-minute break between parts.

You will find multiple-choice questions as well as other question types like drag and drop, fill-in-the-blank, select an area, and drop-down questions.

As far as calculators go for the GED math section, the following is true:

1. You will have access to an on-screen calculator for part 2 of the math section.
2. You can use your own TI-30XS calculator if you are taking the exam in a testing center.

You will also be given a calculator reference sheet and a math formula sheet when taking this portion of the exam. Wondering what is a GED? Click the link for an in-depth guide on the certificate.

## GED Math Test FAQs

You will find 46 total questions on GED math. The question types include multiple-choice, drag and drop, fill-in-the-blank, select an area, and drop-down questions.

You will have 115 minutes to complete the math portion of the GED.

You will find questions relating to basic math, geometry, basic algebra, and graphs and functions.

Calculators are not allowed on the first section of the math exam. However, you can use a calculator on the second section. If you are taking the exam online, you will be provided with an on-screen calculator. If you are taking the exam in a testing center, you may bring your own TI-30SX calculator.

You will need to score at least 145. The best score you can get is 200. You can read more about GED scores to learn more.

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