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## Can I go to college while getting my GED?

Upon earning one’s GED, students can enroll in community college to pursue a variety of career and college degree opportunities. In some cases, both a GED and a college degree can be sought simultaneously.

## What is the easiest GED test?

Personally I found math the easiest, followed by social studies, science, then RLA. Only cause u was studying for math for the last 6 months so I knew I had it. I didn’t study the others. For practice tests, GED.com’s official tests.

## What level of math is on the GED test?

The general topics on the GED math test are Basic Math, Geometry, Basic Algebra, and Graphs & Functions.

## What happens if you miss your GED test?

If you miss your appointment or arrive late and are not allowed to test, you will lose your test fees and must pay another test fee and schedule a new appointment date.

## What is the hardest subject on the GED test?

Many students find Math to be the toughest subject and typically take it as their last test.

## Is the GED test harder than high school?

The academic standards required to pass the GED are higher than the standards required to pass high school (The GED Testing Service tests a sample of graduating seniors to confirm this). More than 40% of people who drop out of high school do it because they think the GED will be easier . The GED looks like a shortcut.