My 16 y.o. son will take the GED test this weekend. I’m nervous, he is not! He already has 2 semesters of community college under his belt, excellent grades, but…uugh! It’s more about how to take a test, and knowing what answers they are looking for. He’s that kid who always brings the test to the professor to point out how their exam questions could be misconstrued. Can’t do that with the GED! My interest in adult education has led me to look at this test more closely, and to find examples. Nearly 800,000 people take the exam every year, and about 500,000 fail. Your success or failure depends greatly on your preparedness, with levels varying by state. The test has 7 parts, and takes 3 days. Here is something I put together, with links to sample exams.