150 GED Practice Questions (Canadian and US)

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GED Questions

The GED® exam is composed of five sections, Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. The Canadian Version features Canadian history and government and the US version, US history and government.  It measures examinees’ levels of achievement and readiness for college and the workforce as outlined by the Common Core State Standards.

Reading Comprehension

The GED® reading section has 4o reading questions.

Reading Comprehension from fiction – 8 questions

Reading Comprehension I – 20 questions

Reading Comprehension II – 8 questions

Language Arts

English Usage – 15 questions
English Grammar – 20 questions
Punctuation – 12 questions
Correcting Sentences and Passages

Mathematics

Social Studies

World History – 14 questions
US Government  – 16 questions
Economics – 10 questions

Canadian History & Government

Canadian History (GED Format) – 7 questions
Canadian History  – 15 questions
Canadian Government – 11 questions

Written by: Brian Stocker MA, Complete Test Preparation Inc.
Modified: November 6th, 2018 November 6th, 2018

Published: January 21st, 2015

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