By taking Florida GED practice tests, you can discover which of the GED subject fields require your attention most, and you’ll also get familiar with the format of the GED® exam.
You can take the GED test online and at certified Florida test centers.
To qualify for online testing, you need to attain scores in the “green” zone on the GED Ready® practice tests.
There are four individual GED Ready practice tests, one test for each GED subject. Let’s get started.
Question 1 of 20.
Where can a description of U.S. citizens’ civil liberties be found?
- Pledge of Allegiance
- The preamble to the Constitution
- Declaration of Independence
- Bill of Rights
One test at a time
You have the option to sit for one or more GED subtests (modules) at a time. There’s no need to take the entire GED battery all at once.
The GED diploma is recognized and accepted nationwide in lieu of a regular high school diploma by employers, state and federal government agencies, colleges, and universities.
To pass the GED exam and earn a Florida High School Equivalency Diploma, you will have to reach at least a score of 145 on each of the subtests.
To qualify for GED testing, applicants cannot be enrolled in another school program, not already hold a high school diploma, be at least 18 years old, and hold a current government-issued ID and a Social Security card.
Applicants 16 or 17 years old may also qualify if they have an age waiver granted by their local school districts. Your school district superintendent’s office can provide more information.
Applicants that don’t have a Social Security number can have a record locator number assigned to them by the Florida State GED office.
The four GED exams must be taken entirely on a computer. Paper-based testing doesn’t exist anymore.
Paper-based testing is only available for applicants with a disability making computer-based testing impossible.
Why take a GED practice test?
Taking practice tests will allow you to identify your stronger and weaker points. If you know your weak points, it will be easier for you to center on those fields that require your attention and study time most.
So you won’t be spending so much time learning subject matter that you already know. You will study better and use your time more efficiently.
Additionally, you will get used to the format of the timed GED exam. Developing your time-management skills is key to being successful on the GED exam.
Many students feel that if they would have had more time, they would have attained (much) higher scores.
Is the Florida GED test multiple-choice?
Most of the questions on the GED exam are still multiple-choice though you will find more questions in different formats than on earlier versions of the GED exam.
There are draggable, fill-in-the-blank, and short answer options as well, and you’ll also have to write a 5 to 6-paragraph essay.
Do I have to take the GED Ready practice test before GED testing in Florida?
No. In Florida, you’re not required to pass the GED Ready test or attend a GED prep course to be allowed to sit for the GED exam.
What is the GED passing score in Florida?
On each of the four GED modules, you must at least reach a 145 score. The modules are scored on a 100-200 scale, and averaging is not possible.
Is the GED test hard in Florida?
The GED is a rigorous exam. The passing score is set at a level that around 40 percent of all high school grads would not be able to attain passing scores on their first try.
How long does it take to get a GED in Florida?
Well, that depends on your educational level and how much time you can dedicate to studying. On average, however, you may expect to need between 3 and 6 months to get all set for the GED exam.
There are students, however, that require hardly any study at all to reach sufficient scores, and there are also students that will need much longer to pass the exam.
Last Updated on August 8, 2022.