GED test takers can check their scores online the same day they complete the test by logging into the MyGED portal. Within 24 hours of test completion, an enhanced score report is also available, detailing how points are... More » Education K-12

Anyone that wants to obtain a general educational development certificate, or GED, must appear in person at an authorized GED testing center. As of 2014, the entire GED test is computerized, but cannot be completed onlin... More » Education Standardized Tests

The American Council on Education offers the General Educational Development, or GED, across the United States for people who do not have a high school diploma. The GED test is available by making an appointment using th... More »

As of March 2015, some GED sample test questions reference percentages, although the testing agency does not specifically state that test takers must know how to calculate percentages. The GED addresses the same basic ma... More » Math Fractions & Percentages

The percentile ranking included in the ACT score report indicates the percentage of test takers whose scores were the same as or below the score of the taker of the test. The ACT, which stands for the American College Te... More »

The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) scaled scores range from 200 to 600 with a mean of approximately 400, so any score above 400 is good because it's in the upper 50th percentile for all test takers. A score of 425 is about ... More »

As of 2014, the GED is not available online. It is a computer-based exam that must be taken at a testing center. There are 1700 testing sites spread throughout the United States. More » Education K-12