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Hey,

I am taking the second part of the GED-Test, including math, in about 3 weeks. I am still not that brilliant in math. So i would like to be sure about, how many mistakes I can make in math to pass?

I am studying with different GED self study books. In one of them, the "Kaplan Self-Study Guide", is written, that there are only 21 correct answers in math necessary to pass the test. I can not really believe that. That's more than half of all the questions you can have wrong?? On the internet I read something of 30 correct answers. So now I am pretty confused.

Please help me on that one.

Thanks in advance.

Silvie

I am taking the second part of the GED-Test, including math, in about 3 weeks. I am still not that brilliant in math. So i would like to be sure about, how many mistakes I can make in math to pass?

I am studying with different GED self study books. In one of them, the "Kaplan Self-Study Guide", is written, that there are only 21 correct answers in math necessary to pass the test. I can not really believe that. That's more than half of all the questions you can have wrong?? On the internet I read something of 30 correct answers. So now I am pretty confused.

Please help me on that one.

Thanks in advance.

Silvie