GED Reasoning through Language Art PRACTICE TEST

Below you’ll find a set of GED practice test questions to help you check your ability to read closely and edit and understand the use of standard written English in context. These abilities are two of the 3 skills that the GED Reasoning Through Language Arts (RLA) test assesses, with the other one being the ability to write clearly.

This GED RLA practice test aims to help you prepare for the actual test and anticipate the kinds of questions you might come across during the test.

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Why You Need to Prepare for the GED RLA Test

  1. Increase your chances of passing the GED test.

The reason you need to prepare for the GED RLA Test is to increase your chances of passing the exam. The test is graded in two ways. First, they get the scores for each subject then they get the total score across all 4 subjects covered by the GED test. You need to get a score of 145 on each subject and your total score on all all 4 subjects must be at least 580.

This means that you need to prepare for all subjects. Even if you do well on the other 3 subjects, you will still not receive your GED credential if you fail to pass the GED RLA test with a score of at least 145.

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  1. Score higher on the test.

Another good reason to prepare for the GED RLA test is to increase your chances of scoring higher on the test. Your score matters especially if you are using your GED credential to apply to college or university. Most universities require you to get higher than the passing score. The University of Oregon for example only accepts a total score of 680 or higher if you received your GED after December 2013.

  1. Boost your confidence.

If you haven’t been in school for a while, preparing for the GED RLA Test gives you another advantage: it increases your confidence as it improves your English and language skills. Both skills are useful in any job because it makes you write and communicate better. The ability to communicate clearly is a skill that employers in all industries appreciate. It will also come in handy when you’re trying to build relationships and prevent conflict because of miscommunication.

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What to Do Before You Take This GED RLA Practice Test

  1. Take a look at the GED study guide for RLA. This way you know exactly what you need to study before putting your skills into practice.
  2. Read books and essay for high school or college level. The only way to improve your comprehension skills is to read more. If you come across words you are not familiar with, look it up in the dictionary. Write these words down and try to use them in a sentence to help you remember how they’re being used. Check out this list of recommended book for high school. You can also read reputable news publications like CNN or Time.
  3. Take free GED practice tests. Before you take this test, you can absolutely take any free GED practice test for reading and language arts. Take ones that let you see the correct answer after answering the test. This way, you can spot your weak areas. Are you, for example, able to quickly point out the main idea after reading a story once? Are you able to summarize the ideas in the text? If not, you might need to work on your comprehension skills. Aside from reading as much as you can, write down your ideas while reading as this helps improve your comprehension skills. Always take note of words that you don’t understand and look them up in the dictionary.

Feel ready to take this GED RLA Practice Test? Go ahead. Feel free to repeat this practice test until you get a perfect score. This test is meant to help you improve your reasoning and language skills and put them into practice so you can answer the actual GED RLA test with confidence.

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