Free GED RLA Practice Tests and Lessons
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Guide to the GED RLA Test
The GED Reasoning through Language Arts test is primarily a reading comprehension test. If you can understand a range of texts (stories, non-fiction, persuasive essays, and so on), you’ll do very well. You don’t need to know every rule of grammar, and you don’t need to learn a million vocabulary words. You just need to…
Preparing for the GED Reasoning through Language Arts test doesn’t have to be hard, and it can even be fun! Unlike the GED Math test, the RLA doesn’t require any specific content knowledge: you don’t need to know what an allegory is, or be able to identify the past participle of to be. This is…
The GED Reasoning through Language Arts test is primarily a test of reading comprehension. If you are a good reader, you will succeed even if you don’t know much about the exam. However, you can improve your score if you know a little about the test and how to approach it. These are our top…
GED Language Arts FAQ
How many questions are on the GED RLA test?
The GED Reasoning through Language Arts test has 40 questions.
How long does the test take?
The GED RLA test takes 150 minutes (2.5 hours). You will get 45 minutes to write the essay. The test is divided into three parts, and there is a ten-minute break between the second and third parts.
What is a passing score?
You must score at least a 145 to pass the GED Reasoning through Language Arts test.
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