Exam prep for GED language arts reading and writing
This app can help you to get the high score of exam of GED language arts reading / writing (GED) Section quickly and easily.
This app contain 92 multiple choice questions pool, with one correct answers.
The content only include English and Reading
For real exam, you need to answer questions in 2 hours 30 minutes(including a 10-minute break).
You can remark the questions and you review question easily. In addition , you can also click the question number and jump to that question.
- No internet required
- Only one cost and use forever
General Equivalency Development or General Equivalency Diploma (GED) tests are a group of four subject tests which, when passed, provide certification that the test taker has United States or Canadian high school-level academic skills.
The GED Reasoning Through Language Arts Test focuses on both reading and writing skills through a variety of texts, both fiction and nonfiction.
The Language Arts Reading Test reflects an appreciation for the diversity of GED candidates. Diverse ages, multicultural and ethnic backgrounds, gender, socioeconomic groups, and regional differences are considered when reading passages are selected.
The reading passages are drawn from both literary and nonfiction writings. Students must use higher-order thinking skills in order to successfully respond to the questions: comprehension, application, analysis, and synthesis. In some questions, students will be asked to demonstrate that they understand literary uses of language and literary themes.
On the Writing portion, the multiple-choice items prompt candidates to make revisions and edits like the ones people make in everyday writing. The passages are drawn from informational and how-to texts, as well as workplace and community documents.
There are three question formats in Part I: correction, revision, and construction shift.
According to the GED, the skills most test-takers lack include the ability to understand specific details and main ideas in a written source; to determine which details support a main idea; to identify a theme or element of a written source that supports a theme; to analyze relationships within written sources; and to identify proper grammar and spelling.
Within the two combined sections that comprise our GED Practice Test version of Reasoning Through Language Arts, there are a total of 47 multiple-choice questions. The actual GED will also feature an essay portion.