Prepare for the social studies section of the GED with our GED social studies practice test. Our exam includes questions and answers to help you get a better feel for the exam.
You will be tested on 3 broad topics on this portion of the exam. Those topics include reading for meaning in social studies, analyzing historical events and arguments in social studies, and using numbers and graphs in social studies.
Summary: Use the GED social studies questions listed below to ensure you pass your exam the first time. If you want to focus on a different section of the exam, visit our GED practice test page.
GED Social Studies Practice Test
Take the free GED social studies practice test listed below. Make sure to review the answer explanations at the end of the exam.
The answer explanations will help you understand why the answer you selected was correct or incorrect. This will help you do better on the exam as you will better understand important concepts.
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GED Social Studies Overview
When taking the GED social studies test, you will be asked questions that are organized into 3 different broad topics. Those 3 topics include:
- Reading for Meaning in Social Studies
- Analyzing Historical Events and Arguments in Social Studies
- Using Numbers and Graphs in Social Studies
You will be given 70 minutes to complete this section. Please note, there are no breaks given for this portion of the exam.
You will be given access to an on-screen calculator or you can bring your own TI-30XS calculator if you will be taking the exam in-person at a testing center.
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You can learn more about the GED degree by reviewing our in-depth guide.
GED Social Studies Test FAQs
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What questions can I expect to see on the GED social studies exam?
Questions will be asking the following format – multiple-choice, drag and drop, fill-in-the-blank, select an area, and drop-down.