GED Mathematical Reasoning

The new 2014 GED Math test is 115 minutes long and is still divided into 2 parts. The first part doesn’t allow a calculator, but it only has 5 questions. The second part does allow for use of an onscreen calculator, and it has 41 questions. The two major content areas are quantitative problem solving and algebraic problem solving. The test has a lot of word problems, and there is a focus on mathematical reasoning and problem solving.

The GED 2014 math test is very challenging, since it covers a total of 62 skills. You will definitely want to do a lot of test prep and review that is focused on GED Math practice. Get started now with our free practice questions!

GED Math Practice