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MikeBoxerPosted - 13 July 2008 11:23  Show Profile
Hey guys im having a hard time understanding if i passed by these scores

Reading-470
Writing-410
Math-400
Science-430
Social Studies-490

Any help would be appreciated

tiff796 Posted - 14 July 2008 0:29  Show Profile
I think that the scoring may vary by state, but this is how it is in Louisiana. I got this off of the Louisiana Dept. of Education. The minimum passing requirements for the GED Practice and the Official GED Test are standard scores of 410 on each of five subtests and an overall average standard score of 450 on all five tests. <BR>http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/family/525.html
James15 Posted - 16 July 2008 20:16  Show Profile
It takes a 2250 and min of 410 on each test.You had a 2200 core and 400 on math ,so no you would not pass.
Merkyn Posted - 16 April 2009 12:44  Show Profile
No, sorry. It requires a minimum of 410 on each subject. Respectfully, you failed.
sunshinesamgal Posted - 1 June 2009 11:10  Show Profile
yeah the scoring is the same in Florida as it is Louisianna... min 410 and overall 2250...you need to study your math a bit more
jessmo Posted - 4 June 2009 13:22  Show Profile
can someone help me understand the whole thing on the price of the test and if i could take one test at a time. also do i pay for each test as i take them
AnotherSchmoe Posted - 5 June 2009 2:14  Show Profile
Jessmo, it all depends on where you live. The best way to find out the costs and policies for taking the test in your area is to get in contact with your local GED testing center. </P><P>Here's a Wikipedia article if it's any help:<BR>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GED#Cost
jessmo Posted - 5 June 2009 10:32  Show Profile
thank you i live in flordia ao i am not i will look it up. also do you have tips for taking the test
sam2089 Posted - 9 July 2009 11:25  Show Profile
No you didn't pass you are 50 points from passin. It really isn't fair because you really did good on all parts but you really need to take at least two more parts over to be able to pass. the best thing to do would be to go back and take the math and another subject that you got the lowest score on.
tinaharmon Posted - 29 July 2009 13:3  Show Profile
you only got a 2200 in oregon you have to have a 2250 .most states thats what you need.

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