The GED Exam is designed to measure an individual's quantitative and analytical skills at or around the high school level. The GED test is a battery of five different tests covering reading, writing, math, science and social studies.
GED scores range from 200 to 800 per section. Thus the maximum score is a 4,000. In order to pass, test-takers must have a score that meets of exceeds that of sixty percent of other testers. Candidates must also score a minimum of 410 on a each section with a combined average of at least 450 per section.
GED Testing Centers
The GED exam cannot be taken online. It must be taken at an official GED Testing Center. Visit acenet.edu to locate your your nearest GED testing center.
GED Tutoring Program
Parliament's GED tutoring program equips students with the fundamentals as well as the analytical reasoning skills needed to succeed on the GED.
Our experts will review essay writing skills, mechanics, usage, and sentence construction in order to prepare students for the writing tests.
The social studies and science tests uses graphs, charts, passages, and editorials in order to force students to use their problem solving skills.
The reading section uses passages to test students' abilities to understand the meaning of texts. The math section covers numbers and operations, geometry, algebra, probability and other related topics.
Our GED tutors will introduce students to all the relevant fundamentals as well as important concepts to master these sections.