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Practice Quiz presents 28 free review questions and explanations for the Language Arts: Writing Test of General Educational Development (GED) Exam given by ACE.
Practice Quiz presents 28 free review questions and explanations for the Language Arts: Writing Test of the General Educational Development Exam given by ACE.
The GED exam consists of five subject area exams, covering a broad range of general knowledge determined to be equivalent to the education level of a high school degree in the US:
Mathematics, with 40 multiple-choice questions and 10 numerical or coordinate answer questions, which the test taker has a total of 90 minutes to complete. The test taker is provided formulas and a basic calculator.
Language Arts: Writing, with 50 multiple choice questions and an essay question. The test taker has 75 minutes for the multiple choice section and 45 minutes for the essay.
Language Arts: Reading, with 40 questions on two passages, with 65-minutes to complete them
Social Studies, with 50 multiple choice questions and 70 minutes to complete them.
Science, with 50 multiple choice questions and 80 minutes to complete them.
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There are about 51 questions on the GED Reasoning Through Language Arts Test, divided into three categories: Reading for Meaning, Identifying and Creating Arguments, and Grammar and Language.
The GED Reasoning Through Language Arts Test is 2 hours and 30 minutes long.
The passing score for the GED Reasoning Through Language Arts Test is 145.
Passing all four subjects of the GED exams grants the test taker a Graduate Equivalency Degree (GED).
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