GED Score Report
Everything you need to know!
The GED is made up of four subject area tests and one written essay. There are a total of 8 sections, but the number of questions can vary in each of the sections. You are given about 7 hours to complete the tests. The GED uses raw score points since not all test items are worth just one point.
GED scores range from 100-200 for each subject on the GED test. To earn a GED Passing Score, students will need to score at least a 150 on each subject and a total score of 600 or higher for all four subjects in order to receive the GED test credential. A GED Passing Score demonstrates high school Equivalency in that subject.
If a student scores a 170 or greater on any subject they will also earn an Honors score. A GED Passing Score with Honors and demonstrates career and college readiness (CCR) in that subject.Click on the links below to learn more: