# GED Test #1: Graphics

8 Questions | Total Attempts: 218  Settings  This test is going to test your knowledge based on the information provided to you in the GED Workbook. This first test is going to measure your ability to correctly identify types of graphs and questions pertaining to them, as well as your ability to synthesize the information of a graph for use in answering multiple-choice questions.

• 1.
What percentage of the SOCIAL STUDIES and SCIENCE tests on the GED consist of graphs?
• A.

10%

• B.

30%

• C.

60%

• D.

85%

• E.

97%

• 2.
What is the FIRST thing that you must look at when beginning to evaluate any graph?
• A.

The title

• B.

The measurements

• C.

The categories

• D.

The color of the sections

• E.

None of the above

• 3.
Which type of question ASKS YOU TO CHOOSE THE ANSWER THAT IS BEST SUPPORTED BY THE GRAPH?
• A.

Analysis

• B.

Evaluation

• C.

Comprehension

• D.

Application

• 4.
Which type of question ASKS YOU TO LOOK UP A PIECE OF INFORMATION ON THE GRAPH?
• A.

Evaluation

• B.

Comprehension

• C.

Application

• D.

Analysis

• 5.
Which type of question ASKS YOU TO LOOK AT TWO OR MORE THINGS ON THE GRAPH AND THEN COMPARE THEM AGAINST EACH OTHER TO REACH AN ANSWER?
• A.

Comprehension

• B.

Analysis

• C.

Evaluation

• D.

Application

• 6.
Which type of question WANTS YOU TO LOOK AT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TWO THINGS AND PICK THE ONE WITH THE LEAST AMOUNT OF DIFFERENCE?
• A.

Evaluation

• B.

Comprehension

• C.

Analysis

• D.

Application

• 7.
In the graph above, we are measuring the amount of car defects per factory over a certain period of time. During this amount of time, how many car defects has Factory A had?
• A.

21,000 Defects

• B.

21 Defects per 1,000 Cars

• 8.
The pie chart above gives us a sample family budget for a given year. What is the total percentage of the three biggest expenses?
• A.

61%

• B.

73%

• C.

33%

• D.

79%

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