Top GED Quizzes & Trivia

There are any number of reasons a person might not have been able to finish high school, but only one result for many of them: a tough time finding a job. Luckily, for those who didn't finish high school the first time around, there’s another option out there.

Are you curious about what it would take to earn a certificate of high school equivalency by taking a GED (General Educational Development) test? Do you wonder what kinds of math, science, social studies, and writing skills would be expected?

Could you be curious about whether the GED test is available in Spanish, braille, audio or other options? Well, wonder no more – take these GED quizzes to learn all about this tough but fair testing service.

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  • Solve the following equation for A: 2A/3 = 8 + 4A
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  • Lillian wants to invest $4,000 at 6% simple interest rate for 5 years. How much interest will she receive?
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  • If 8x + 5x + 2x + 4x = 114, the 5x + 3 =
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  • Jeff drive 3 1/2 miles to a jobsite and then back home on Monday, 6 1/4 miles to a jobsite and then back home on Tuesday and 8 1/3 miles to a jobsite and then back home on Friday.  If Jeff received .50/ per mile mileage reimbursement for his travel from home to work and back home, how much mileage reimbursement money would he receive?

  •   Chris bought a pair of Nikes and received a 30% discount and saved $27 dollars on his purchase.  How much did the Nikes originally cost?

  •   In the recent election, Jim Nixon ran for mayor and received 17,250 votes out of the 38,225 votes cast in the election.  What percent of the electorate voted for Jim Nixon? 

  • Which branch of the military does not take students who complete a GED?

  • Which branch has a special track, the GED-Plus Enlistment Program, for disadvantaged young people who possess neither a high school diploma nor a GED.

  • A reason that the military does not like to take students is:

  • Which of the following three sections of the GED involve the most amount of reading? (Circle 3 Answers)

  • On its most fundamental level, comprehension involves...?

  • True or False: A good way of figuring out what certain words mean is to place them in context.