Students looking to earn their GED diploma in Kansas need to pass four independent GED subject tests. They take these tests online or in a state-designated testing center.
To register for the GED® exam or the GED Ready® tests, applicants must create an account on the website GED.com.
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The four GED subtests are challenging, and becoming optimally prepared is essential. In general, candidates require 2-3 months before they can take the GED battery successfully.
Kansas GED Test Requirements
- You cannot already hold a secondary education degree (high school or equivalent diploma).
- You cannot be registered for another school program.
- You need to be at least 16 years of age.
- For 16 and 17-year-olds, however, additional criteria apply, such as holding approval from their school districts and permission from a parent or guardian.
- To take the GED exam in Kansas, you don’t have to be a state resident.
Kansas GED Price
When taken at a test center, the Kansas GED test costs $132 for the full battery or $33 per subject test. Retests are offered at reduced fees.
When you take the GED exam online, you will pay $39 for each subject test, so $156 for the entire GED battery. Additionally, you need to pay $6.99 for each GED Ready practice test. There are four GED Ready tests (one per subject test), so that makes another $28 on top of the testing fees.
Reaching passing scores on the GED Ready tests is a prerequisite for qualifying for the online GED test. Onsego students, however, receive four GED Ready tests for free if they sign up for the My Advantage Plan. Check here for more details on the Kansas online GED test.
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If GED candidates in Kansas attain passing scores on all four GED subtests, they will be awarded the Kansas High School Equivalency Diploma, a credential that is accepted, all over North America, in lieu of a standard high school degree by employers and colleges.
Online GED Test
So GED testing is now available in an online format as well. It used to be that you needed to appear at an official Kansas GED testing site and take the four tests in person, but that has changed.
To qualify for the GED test online, candidates must first score in the “green” zone (likely to pass) on the official GED Ready practice test.
How To Start Preparing
First, take a few practice tests. By doing so, you will see which GED subjects you already command, so brushing up on those fields will be sufficient. You’ll also learn which fields require your attention most so you can use your time more efficiently without spending too much time on the academic subject matter you already know.
If online learning fits your learning style, sign up for Onsego’s full GED prep course and get your GED diploma fast.
FAQ About GED In Kansas
How to get a GED in Kansas?
To earn your GED high school equivalency (HSE) diploma in Kansas, you must pass the four computer-based subtests of the GED test. The tests cover the academic subjects of Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Language Arts.
What are the Kansas GED testing requirements?
The GED test offers adults who didn’t finish high school the chance to secure an equivalent degree. In Kansas, GED testers must be 16 years old or older though those 16 or 17 years of age must meet additional and strict criteria. There’s no Kansas residency requirement, and testers don’t have to take a practice test first.
What is the GED cost in Kansas?
In Kansas, the cost of GED testing is $132 for the complete exam or $33 per subject test if you sit for the exam at one of Kansas’ test centers. Online testing will set you back $39 per individual subtest, so $156 in total. Keep in mind, however, that the additional costs of the four GED Ready tests ($28) should be taken into account. Onsego students in the My Advantage Plan get the 4 GED Ready tests for free.
Test-takers have the option to take one (or more) of the four subtests at a time, and they only pay for what they take. Registration and scheduling of the GED tests must be done on the website GED.com.
For more information:
The Kansas Board of Regents
1000 SW Jackson Street, Suite 520
Topeka, KS 66612-1368