When you take the GED Ready test, your score is assigned to one of the three zones:
Likely to pass (when you get 159 and above), Too close to call (when you score between 143 and 158), and Unlikely to pass (when you get a score between 100 and 142).
If you get the message: Your GED Ready Practice Test score shows you are likely to pass the (subject) test! You can schedule the real test.
If you didn’t get the score “Likely to pass”, go back to your GED prep course, and repeat things suggested by the GED Ready system.
The biggest impact on your score will be if you improve your “reading for meaning” and time management skills.