Tangohia te whakamātautau GED®

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How do I take the GED® test? What do I need to know about taking the GED® test? Here are the tools and information you need to take and pass the GED® test.

How do I take the GED® test? What do I need to know about taking the GED® test? Here are the tools and information you need to take and pass the GED® test.

tango i te whakamātautau GED

take the GED test

Here e 10 steps to help you get ready to take the GED® test.

Here are 10 steps to help you get ready to take the GED® test.

1. Me ko te whakamātautau pai mo koutou ahua tenei

1. Make sure this is the best test for your state

Some states offer another test instead of GED®. kia hoatu e ratou a HiSET ™ TASC ranei. He maha āhua whakahere he kōwhiringa. Find out here if the GED® test is offered in your state:

Some states offer another test instead of GED®. They may offer HiSET™ or TASC. Many states offer a choice. Find out here if the GED® test is offered in your state:

Ripanga o HSE whakamatautau kāwanatanga i te kāwanatanga whakahoutia 2019

Table of HSE tests state by state updated 2019

2. Tirohia e he āhei koe

2. Check that you are eligible

You will usually be eligible to take the GED® test if you are 18 kihai i puta tau o tau pakeke me ranei i te kura nui US. I roto i ētahi wā, kia taea ki te tango i te whakamatautau, ki te he koe koe 16 ranei 17. ui ētahi āhua e haere koe akomanga faaineineraa whakamātautau. Ētahi atu āhua anake tukua noho ki te tango i te whakamātautau. taea e koe find the GED® test requirements in your state.

You will usually be eligible to take the GED® test if you are 18 years of age or older and have not graduated from a US high school. In some cases, you may be able to take the test if you are 16 or 17. Some states ask that you attend test preparation classes. Other states only allow residents to take the test. You can find the GED® test requirements in your state.

3. Learn about the GED® test

3. Learn about the GED® test

Kimihia atu te mea ki te titau, no te tangohia e koe te whakamātautau - he aha te matauranga e hiahia ana koe me te ahua o te pātai ka e ui koe. Me ki mohio koe what’s on the GED® test.

Find out what to expect when you take the test – what knowledge you need and the kind of questions you will be asked. You need to know what’s on the GED® test.

4. A tuatapapa i hoki koutou whakamātautau

4. Study for your test

You cannot take the GED® test online, engari ka taea e te tiki e koe rite hoki reira ipurangi. To tatou free piha ipurangi a free whakamātautau mahi ipurangi e te tauturu ia koe.

You cannot take the GED® test online, but you can get ready for it online. Our free online class and free online practice tests will help you.

5. Kimihia te pokapū whakamātautau

5. Find a testing center

E kore e taea e koe te tango i te whakamātautau online. ME tango e koe te whakamātautau tangata i roto i i te pokapū whakamātautau. Kimihia te pokapū whakamātautau i teie nei ranei i muri rēhita koe.

You cannot take the test online. You MUST take the test in person at a testing center. Find a testing center now or after you register.

6. Rēhita kia whiwhi pūkete i ged.com

6. Register for an account at ged.com

Hei hanga i te whakarite whakamātautau, Me waihanga e koe he pūkete tuihono i ged.com. Ka taea e koe te hanga i tō pūkete i tetahi wa - e kore koe e whai ki te tatari noa e rite ki te tango i to koutou whakamātautau koe. huaina tō pūkete ko MyGED.

To make a test appointment, you must create an online account at ged.com. You can create your account at any time – you don’t have to wait until you are ready to take your test. Your account is called MyGED.

I roto i tou rēhitatanga ki ged.com, ka whai koe ki te whakautu i ngā pātai (tou ingoa, wāhitau, mātauranga, etc.) otiia e kore e hiahia ana koe ki te utu tae noa e rite ki te hanga i te whakarite whakamātautau koe.

During your registration with ged.com, you will have to answer questions (your name, address, education, etc.) but you will not need to pay until you are ready to make a test appointment.

7. Tabula a utu mo koutou whakamātautau

7. Schedule and pay for your tests

A, no te e rite koe, Ka taea e koe te whakamahi i te paetukutuku ged.com ki te hanga i te whakarite ki te tango i te whakamātautau. Ka taea e koe te tango i ia wahi o te whakamātautau i runga i rerekē ra, but you will need to take all four tests within a two-year period to get your GED® diploma.

When you are ready, you can use the ged.com website to make an appointment to take the test. You can take each part of the test on different days, but you will need to take all four tests within a two-year period to get your GED® diploma.

Whakatau i te whakamātautau tuatahi whakamātautau ranei e hiahia ana koe ki te tango i. Na ka whiriwhiri i te wāhi me te rā me te wā. Ki te tabula koe e rua whakamātautau i te wa ano, you will only get a 10-minute break between them. e kore he tino roa e. Ki te hiahia koe te wa atu, kia mohio ki te tabula o koutou whakamātautau motuhake - ka taea tonu e koe te whiriwhiri i te ra ano, engari ka taea e koe te whiriwhiri wa e tukua mo te whati roa.

Decide the first test or tests you want to take. Then choose the location and date and time. If you schedule two tests at the same time, you will only get a 10-minute break between them. That is not very long. If you want more time, be sure to schedule your tests separately – you can still choose the same day, but you can choose times that allow for a longer break.

Ki te hiahia koe ki te tango i te whakamātautau katoa i roto i te ra kotahi, titiro ki te pehea, ki te tabula koutou whakamātautau kia taea whai koe i te mea kiano i matao tina.

If you want to take all the tests in one day, look at how to schedule your tests so you can have a lunch break.

Panuku, ka whai koe ki te utu i te utu ki te tabula i te whakamātautau. rerekē te reira i āhua ki kāwanatanga, engari ko te reira e pā ana ki $30 mo ia o nga whakamātautau e wha ($120 mo katoa o ratou). Ka taea e koe te utu mo te kotahi whakamātautau i te wa rite tabula koe ratou.

Next, you will have to pay a fee to schedule the test. It varies from state to state, but it is about $30 for each of the four tests ($120 for all of them). You can pay for one test at a time as you schedule them.

8. E mau ki te whakamātautau mahi mōhiohio

8. Take an official practice test

I mua i te tango koe i te whakamātautau tūturu, it is a good idea to take the official GED Ready® Practice Tests if you can. e kore koe e whai ki te mahi i tenei, engari ka tauturu i te reira kia tino koutou e rite mo te whakamātautau tūturu koutou. Ka taea e kitea e koe i te whakamātautau mahi i raro i te ripa "Practice" i roto i tō pūkete MyGED.

Before you take the real test, it is a good idea to take the official GED Ready® Practice Tests if you can. You do not have to do this, but it will help you make sure you are ready for the actual test. You can find the practice tests under the “Practice” tab in your MyGED account.

The GED Ready® Practice Tests are half as long as the real tests. utu ratou $6 mo ia o nga whakamātautau e wha ($24 mo katoa o ratou), na tango anake nga mea i ako koe mō te ka whakaritea hei whakarite mo.

The GED Ready® Practice Tests are half as long as the real tests. They cost $6 for each of the four tests ($24 for all of them), so only take the ones you have studied for and scheduled an appointment for.

The tests will give you practice so you will be prepared on test day. Ka korero nga hua koutou ki te he rite ki te tango i te whakamātautau koe, he aha ranei ki te ako, ki te kahore e rite koe. Ki te whakatau koe kahore e rite mo tou whakamātautau tūturu koutou, Ka taea e koe te huri i tō whakarite whakamātautau ake tae noa ki 24 haora i mua.

The tests will give you practice so you will be prepared on test day. The results will tell you if you are ready to take the test, or what to study if you are not ready. If you decide you are not ready for your real test, you can change your test appointment up until 24 hours ahead.

9. Haere rite hoki ra whakamātautau

9. Get ready for test day

Anei ētahi tohutohu ki te āwhina i muri ia koe i te ra whakamātau:

Here are some tips to help you succeed on test day:

  • Haere whakamarie ki te wheako whakamātautau mā te mahi i runga i tetahi rorohiko.
  • Find out what’s on the GED® test
  • Mahi i te hōputu pātai me ngā tohutohu e ka kite koe i runga i te whakamātautau ki the free GED® tutorial. Kia mau ki te whakamahi i te free USAHello practice tests rawa!
  • Hanga he haerenga mahi ki te pokapū whakamatautau kia kore koe e whai ki te kitea i te reira mo te wa tuatahi i te rā whakamātau. Ahakoa kei a koutou i reira, tirohia ki te pokapū whakamātautau ki te ui mo ratou ture, me tetahi atu mōhiohio e hiahia ana koe.
  • Me whiwhi koe i te moe o te pō pai i te aroaro o to koutou whakamātautau. Kaua e tae ngenge, matewai, ranei hiakai. e kore e ahei ia koe ki te kawe mai kai inu ranei ki te ruma whakamātautau.
  • Kaua e tango i te rota o nga mea ki a koe, rite kahore e tūemi whaiaro whakaaetia i roto i te ruma whakamātautau. Ko e kawea mai to koutou ID – he uruwhenua, raihana o taraiwa, ranei te tahi atu ID kāwanatanga-tukuna.
  • Kawea mai te tātaitai Scientific TI-30XS Multiview ki te ki a koe te whiriwhiri ki te whakamahi i tetahi. He ka waiho hei on-screen calculator for you to use instead if you prefer.
  • e kore e ahei ia koe ki te kawe mai pepa me ngā pene, but you will get erasable boards and a marker for making notes.
  • Tae i te iti rawa 30 meneti wawe i te pokapū whakamātautau kia taea te tirotiro koe i roto i, me te kia noho. Whakamahia te kaukau rite reira he wahi pakaru i roto i te whakamātautau.
  • Ki te whai koe i ngā pātai raruraru ranei i roto i te te whakamātautau, whakaara tou ringa.
  • Get comfortable with the test experience by practicing on any computer.
  • Find out what’s on the GED® test
  • Practice the question formats and instructions that you will see on the test with the free GED® tutorial. Keep using the free USAHello practice tests too!
  • Make a practice trip to the test center so you do not have to find it for the first time on test day. While you are there, check with the testing center to ask for their rules and any other information you may need.
  • Make sure you get a good night’s sleep before your test. Do not arrive tired, thirsty, or hungry. You won’t be allowed to bring food or drinks into the testing room.
  • Don’t take a lot of things with you, as personal items are not allowed in the testing room. But do bring your ID – a passport, driver’s license, or other government-issued ID.
  • Bring a TI-30XS Multiview Scientific calculator if you to choose to use one. There will be an on-screen calculator for you to use instead if you prefer.
  • You won’t be allowed to bring paper and pens, but you will get erasable boards and a marker for making notes.
  • Arrive at least 30 minutes early at the test center so you can check in and get settled. Use the bathroom as there are no breaks in the test.
  • If you have questions or problems during the the test, raise your hand.

10. I muri i te whakamātautau

10. After the test

Ka Me koe ki te piro i te iti rawa 145 ngā i runga i ia wahi o te whakamātautau ki te haere. Ka kia wātea koutou kaute i runga i ged.com roto 24 haora o te tango koutou whakamātautau. A, no te mea kua haere koe i nga wahi katoa, you will receive your GED® diploma. Ki te kaute tiketike rawa, whiwhi koe i te tiwhikete e ta e koe "College Ready."

You will need to score at least 145 points on each part of the test to pass. Your scores will be available on ged.com within 24 hours of taking your test. When you have passed all the parts, you will receive your GED® diploma. With a very high score, you get a certificate that says you are “College Ready.”

Ka taea e koe te mahi anō i te whakamātautau katoa ranei etahi o nga kaupapa, ki te kore koe. Ka taea e koe te pupuri i tango i te whakamātautau noa haere koe, engari ka whai koe ki te tatari 60 ra i muri i a koutou tarai tuatahi e toru. He rerekē ture mō te hono toe ma'u te whakamātautau i roto i ia āhua.

You can retake all the tests or some of the subjects if you fail. You can keep taking the test until you pass, but you will have to wait 60 days after your first three tries. There are different rules for retaking the test in each state.

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Good luck!

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