Students must pass each subject individually. So if you get less than 145 in a module, you won’t pass the test. Additionally, they are likely to be exempt from placement tests or remedial measures (without credit) at college. However, they still have to take the college entrance exam. Students who score 145 to 164 in the GED pass range have passed this GED module at a level comparable to that of high school graduates. Students who score in the GED passing range from 145 to 164 have passed this GED module at a level comparable to that of high school graduates.
This result guarantees that you will pass the GED test and receive the GED diploma from your home state. Although a score of 145 or better is considered a passing score on the GED, a college-ready score is considered a little over 164.