G.E.D. - High School Equivalency Test

Bridging Gap USA (BGAP) prepares students to excel in G.E.D with proper strategies and time management skills.

What is the G.E.D.

The GED test is made up of 4 subjects: Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science. Each subject is a separate test and can be spaced out depending on your pace

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GED Passing Score:

145 To earn high school equivalency, you’ll need to score 145 or higher on all four subjects.

GED College Ready

165-174 Scoring above 165 (on any test subject) means you have demonstrated you are ready to take college level courses and you may qualify for waivers from placement testing

GED College Ready + Credit:

175-200 Scoring above 175 (on any test subject) means you have demonstrated skills that could qualify for up to 10 college credit hours

G.E.D. Test Sections

  • Basic Math
  • Geometry
  • Basic Algebra
  • Graphs and Functions
TIME: 115 minutes
FORMAT: 2 sections
Language Arts
  • Reading for Meaning
  • Identifying and Creating Arguments
  • Grammar and Language
TIME: 150 minutes
FORMAT: 3 sections including written essay
Social Studies
  • Reading for Meaning in Social Studies
  • Analyzing Historical Events and Arguments in Social Studies
  • Using Numbers and Graphs in Social Studies
TIME: 70 minutes
FORMAT: Calculator Allowed. Multiple choice questions
  • Reading for Meaning in Science
  • Designing and Interpreting Science Experiments
  • Using Numbers and Graphs in Science
TIME: 90 minutes
FORMAT: Calculator Allowed. Multiple choice questions


We keep our class sizes small to ensure that every student gets the attention they deserve, so spots fill up quickly!

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Message from the CEO

Hello Bridging Gap USA (BGAP) Families!

We welcome back all our students for learning.

Bridging Gap USA (BGAP) values the safety of our students, teachers, staff and our parents, and that’s paramount — no exception.

As we strive to reopen our center for learning, we are making every effort to bring back our in-person classes as safely as possible — along with the option of virtual learning. We have always maintained a high level of cleanliness and sanitation, but now we’re going above and beyond to implement stricter standards.

New center policies include:

  • Maintaining more than 6-7ft distance between students and teachers
  • Sanitizing and disinfecting after every class
  • All teachers, students, and staff will be required to wear masks at all times in the center
  • Any child who shows signs of illness (or lives with others who show signs of illness) should refrain from coming to the center.
  • Hand washing before and after the class
  • Checking temperature of staff upon entering

This policy change will help us continue to meet the needs of our students while also keeping them safe. Bridging Gap USA (BGAP) is here to serve, and we’re so excited to be able to see our students continue their learning despite the difficulties being thrown at them during this trying time.

Together, we “Prepare Today…Succeed Tomorrow!”

Alka Gupta
CEO and Founder, Bridging Gap USA(BGAP)