California GED Online

In California, GED test-takers have the option to take the GED online. First, however, they need to reach “green” (likely to pass) scores on the GED Ready practice test.

So to qualify for taking the GED® test at home, students are required first to prove that their knowledge level is sufficient to pass the real thing.

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The GED Ready® official practice test can be purchased on the official GED Testing Service website, GED.com, at $6.99 per subject.

California GED Online Price

When taken online, each GED sub-exam will set you back $41 in California, so the entire online GED exam costs $164. You should, however, also count the $28 for the four GED Ready tests, which totals it all to $192.

If you sign up for the Onsego Advantage Plan, you’ll receive four vouchers for the GED Ready practice tests for free.

When taken at a testing center, the California GED test will set you back $41 per subject exam as well (or $164 for the entire GED battery)

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GED Scoring

The GED subtests are scored on a 100-200 scale. The following applies:

  • Below Passing Score: 100-144
  • High School Equivalency Score: 145-164
  • College Ready Score: 165-174
  • College Ready + College Credit Score: 175-200

What’s On The GED Test?

The GED must be taken on a computer, and the exam’s four subtests are in Social Studies, Mathematical Reasoning (Math), Reasoning through Language Arts (RLA), and Science.

How To Prepare For The GED Test

In California, you are not required to sign up for a prep course first. However, the GED is a difficult exam. The fact of the matter is that some forty percent of all high school graduates would not pass the exam on their first try. Check also our page about the qualification criteria for GED testing in California.

So it is highly recommended to attend a prep course or learn with books available from local libraries and bookstores. There are also a few very good online courses these days; our own online GED classes will get you ready for the real thing efficiently. No matter your preferred way of learning, just be sure to get properly prepared!

One of the most effective ways to start your GED prep efforts is when you take a few practice tests to identify your knowledge gaps. If you learn what GED subject areas need your attention most, you won’t be spending time on stuff you already know.

How To Schedule The GED Test

To schedule your GED tests, you need to go to GED.com and create an account with the portal MyGED. This is the place where you can register for, schedule, and pay for your tests. Here, there’s also a lot of interesting information available about all the things connected to high school equivalency testing, developments in the job market, academic programs, and so on. If you require accommodations, you need to apply in due time.