Can I go to Harvard with a GED?

Can I go to Harvard with a GED?

So yes, Harvard may accept you with a GED or no high school diploma at all. There are students who dropped out of high school and after having earned their GED diplomas apply for college admission and scholarships without mention their GED diplomas.

How many questions can you get wrong on the GED math test?

There are 46 mathematics questions on the GED Mathematical Reasoning test. To pass the GED Mathematical Reasoning test, approximately you need to get 60-65% of the available points on the test or 32 raw points to pass, so you can miss 17 points and still pass the test.
Is GED math hard?
On a scale from 100 to 200, you must score at least 145 to pass each subject test, and at least 580 to pass the GED as a whole. Of the four subject tests, math is generally the most difficult, and the one that students most frequently fail. Fortunately, you only need to retake subject tests that you don’t pass.

What is the passing score for math GED?

GED® scoring is pretty straightforward. There are four subtests (so-called “modules”) that all require test-takers to attain at least a score of 145. So the GED passing score is 145. The four GED subtests are scored on a scale that runs from 100 to 200.