Colorado GED Online

Colorado students can take the four GED subtests online at home. To qualify for online GED testing, however, they must score “green” (likely to pass) on the GED Ready official practice test.

Registration for the GED Ready® test and for the exam must be done on the official website GED.com. For students who sign up for our online GED preparatory course, reaching passing scores on the GED Ready test will be a breeze; they will be ready in a few weeks.

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In total, there are 4 GED Ready tests, one for each GED® subtest. These practice tests are available for $6.99 on the GED Testing Service website, GED.com.

Colorado GED Online Price

If you take the GED exam online in Colorado, the price is $43.50 per sub-exam or $174 in total. You should, however, also take the $28 into account that you’ll have to pay for the four GED Ready tests, so your total cost will be $202.

Students that choose the Onsego My Advantage plan will get four vouchers for the GED Ready test at no cost, a $28 value.

GED hopefuls who sit for the GED test at one of Colorado’s testing facilities will pay $37,50 for each subject or $150 for the entire battery.

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Onsego’s GED prep course includes comprehensive online GED classes that help you squeeze in a GED education while you continue to work or raise a family.

Onsego’s online GED curriculum is designed to give you the foundation you need to pass your GED exam. Our bite-sized lessons and practice tests help you succeed on your GED exam quickly.

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GED Scoring

The GED test is scored on a scale from 100 to 200. Below passing is from 100 to 144, the high school equivalent score is 145 to 164, the college-ready score is 165 to 174, and the college-ready plus up to 10 college credit score is 175 to 200.

What’s On The GED Test?

The GED test comes with four modular subtests in the academic areas of Science, Social Studies, Mathematical Reasoning, and Reasoning through Language Arts. To see if you qualify, go to our page about GED testing requirements in Colorado.

How To Prepare For The GED Test

In Colorado, there’s no need to first sign up for a prep course. It is strongly advised, however, to follow a prep course at one of Colorado’s HSE prep locations, and your local bookstore and community library can also provide you with study books and more prep material.

You can also find some pretty good online GED preparatory courses today to get all geared up for the Colorado high school equivalency exam. We recommend, of course, our Onsego online GED classes.

Probably the most efficient way to start your GED prep is when you first take a few practice tests. This way, you can discover your knowledge gaps. Understanding what subject matter you need to focus on will make your GED preparation efforts effective, and your scores will improve.

How To Register For The GED Test

As said before, the GED registration process is entirely online. Go to GED.com, and you’ll be asked to set up your account with the portal MyGED. Here, you not only can schedule and pay for your test appointments, but there’s also great information about the job market, academic programs offered by universities and colleges, and, of course, everything related to the GED testing process.