A good GED result is at least 145 points per subject, i.e. at least 580 points for the entire test (4 subjects). A good GED score is at least 145 points per subject, i.e. at least 580 points for the entire test (4 subjects). If you don’t get a score, you can retake the subject tests that you failed. Each GED subject test is evaluated on a scale of 100-200 points.
Your test day is getting closer. Your best scores on each attempt are added together to get your total score and qualify you for your GED credential. Maybe you’d like to learn more or be proud of passing.
How are GED values calculated?
For example, those who score between 187 and 200 points are in the top percent, while those who score 145 points are in the top 85 percent. Then divide your average by the highest score you can get on the GED (usually a score of 800) to find your percentage. People who score more than 175 may have the opportunity to earn 10 university credits or skip various entrance exams. If a test taker scores below 145 points in one of the test subjects, the test taker must repeat these test subjects in other test tests regardless of their performance.