Science


Overview
Official information regarding the Science test is at GED.com.

The Science test runs 90 minutes and is given as follows:
• 34 questions
• 90 minutes
• no break
• content: reading comprehension, scientific experiments, numbers/graphics
• calculator allowed
• “scratch paper” in the form of a marker with a wipe-off board provided

A passing score is 145 (out of 200).

Like Reasoning Through Language Arts, Science places a lot of emphasis on comprehension of reading passages.  In general terms, the passages delve into biology, chemistry, physics, earth, and space.  Your ability to understand what you have been given to read is more important for answering questions than tapping into an encyclopedic memory.

The TI-30XS MultiView Scientific Calculator, the official calculator of the GED, will be needed for some questions in the Science test.


Topics
Toolbox
study guide – english
study guide – spanish
sample test
GED Ready
• Calculator
Facts and Figures
• See Study Materials for more.

Biology/Chemistry
• Cell Biology
• Mitosis
• Meiosis
• Mitosis vs. Meiosis
• Cellular Respiration
Photosynthesis
Cellular Respiration vs. Photosynthesis

Physics
Energy
• Density
• Solubility
• Temperature
Carbon Dating
Newton’s Laws

Earth/Space
• Sustainability
• Climate Change
Continents
Outer Space

Science Practice Tests
• Science Sample Test: GED Testing Service
Science Practice Test: HowtoPasstheGED.com – Questions
Science Practice Test: HowtoPasstheGED.com – Answers

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