Pre Test for GED

Sample ged Test for Practice

This is a standardized skill-oriented test. Test-takers should have the skill of identifying and using the given information to answer the questions. Critical thinking and critical analysis are vital for success. For test-takers, reading is not sufficient for developing their ability to think and analyze. It is true that by reading test-takers accumulate information; but it needs to be ascertained whether they are able to assimilate and synthesize the accumulated information. In simple words, a test-taker should be able to re-present the gathered information in his or her own way with confidence and clarity. Skill-building is a long-term process. It requires systematic planning and dedicated effort. Practicing is a key component of planning for preparation.

GED Pre Test

Note that there are differences between practice tests and the pre-test. Before discussing the differences in detail, it should be noted that both  help test-takers to practice. The basic and the main difference is that the pre-test is a compulsory requirement for taking the real test; while the practice tests are not required compulsorily. Test-takers must take a pre-test and should secure designated scores. Candidates should refer to their jurisdiction policy documents for scoring requirements. Test-takers are not allowed to take the real test if they fail to reach the designated target score on the pre-test. Test-takers have to submit their pre-test score reports while applying for the actual test. Thus, it is clear that test-takers have to prepare for the pre-test considering it as a separate test. Test-takers can find resources in book stores and libraries in their localities. Purpose of this test is to assess a test-taker's preparedness for taking the real test. If he or she fails to achieve the specified level of efficiency, training and instruction will be provided for building skills.





GED Practice Tests

Serious and honest test-takers can use the practice tests effectively for preparation. Use these practice tests with a plan. For example, your plan may look like this:

Phase 1

Take a practice test to experience the question types. Just try to answer; don't worry about right or wrong answers. Record your performance. Don't blame yourself if you perform poorly. Go through your prep sources and review the concepts before attempting the next phase.

Phase 2

In this phase focus on answering the questions. Now you should care about right and wrong answers. Record your performance and compare it with the previous one. Usually, your performance will be better than the previous one if you have worked seriously. In this phase, you should focus on interpreting and synthesizing the information. To do this, you have to justify why your answer was correct. Write down your explanations and then, compare them with the provided answer explanations by practice test writers. The official website (http://www.gedtest.org/prep) provides sample questions with explanations. Take at least three practice tests in this phase. Consider each test as a sub-phase while recording your performance data.

Phase 3

Use two practice tests in this phase. Take these two practice tests once you complete your required studies and reviews. In this phase also, consider two practice tests as two sub-phases. In the first sub-phase, take the practice test of your choice. In the second one, you should take the practice test that is available on the official website (www.gedtest.org/prep). You should take the practice tests in this phase as if you are taking the real pre-test. You should follow those rules and regulations that you are expected to follow during the test. Especially, pay attention to the time-limit and make sure that you complete your practice test in the designated time-limit.