The GED exam has a passing score of 145 on each of the four subject area tests. Therefore, students need to reach a score of at least 145 on each subject test and a total score of 580 or higher across all four tests in order to receive their High School Equivalency credential. Scores are measured on a 100 - 200 scale. This is how scoring on the GED test is broken down:
- Below Passing: 100 – 144
- Passing Score (high school equivalency): 145 – 164
- College Ready: 165 – 174
- College Ready plus Credit: 175 – 200
You can read all about it here: https://covcell.com/lower-score-required-for-ged-test/
The TASC exam requires you to reach at least a 500 score on each one of the five subtests (so 2500 in total) and no less than tow points on your essay.
On the HiSET exam you need to score 8 (out of 20) points for each of the five tests, reach a 2-points score for you essay, and have no less than 45 points for the entire battery.