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Contemporary's GED Mathematics

# GED Score Conversion Chart

To see if you are ready for the actual GED Mathematics Test, use the conversion chart below to determine your GED score. Count the number of questions you answered correctly on the GED Practice Test and find that number in the top row below. Read down to find your GED standard score in the bottom row.

 Correct Answers 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Standard Score 800 710 640 580 540 520 500 480 470 460 450 440 430 410 400 390 380 370 360 340 320 290 250 220 200

The minimum score requirement for the Mathematics Test is 410. A standard score that is at or below the minimum indicates that more study is needed before taking the Mathematics Test.

Use the following chart to determine the areas you need to review before taking the test. Make note of any items you answered incorrectly and find them in the chart. Pay particular attention to areas where you missed half or more of the questions. For those questions that you missed, review the indicated skill pages in Contemporary's GED Mathematics.

 Content Area Item Number NUMBER SENSE AND OPERATIONS Fractions(see pages 103–136) 4, 18 Ratio and Proportion(see pages 137–148) 10 Percent(see pages 149–182) 13 Word Problems(see pages 51–74) 3, 9 MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY Perimeter, Circumference, Area, and Volume(see pages 235–258) 11, 12 Similarity, Angles, Triangles, and Pythagorean Relationship(see pages 259–275) 1, 8, 14, 25 DATA ANALYSIS, STATISTICS, PROBABILITY Graphs and Tables(see pages 197–211) 6, 20, 21 Statistics(see pages 217–219) 7, 19 Probability(see pages 212–216) 2, 15 ALGEBRA, FUNCTIONS, AND PATTERNS Writing and Solving Algebra Equations(see pages 281–322) 5, 16, 17, 23, 24 Coordinate Plane, Graphing Equations, Slope and Intercept(see pages 323–335) 22