The General Education Development (GED) exam Language Arts/Reading section is one of five subject tests that applicants take to certify their knowledge of high-school level subjects. This exam is administered the General Educational Development Testing Service of the American Council on Education (ACE), and can be taken any time during the year depending on the applicant\'s nearest testing center. The test may be taken in paper or computerized form.
Test-takers are given 1 hour and 5 minutes to complete 40 multiple-choice questions, which focus on the applicant\'s ability to read and comprehend various passages. A score of at least 410 is needed to pass the Language Arts/Reading section. The exam features questions on the following areas:
· Nonfiction prose
· Reviews of plays or books
· Workplace documents
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