Montana GED Requirements

In Montana, you need to take the 4 GED subject tests to get your HSE (High School Equivalency) diploma. Montana also uses the HiSET exam for HSE testing These tests can be taken online or in a testing center.

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Preparation is crucial to be successful on the GED exam. GED testing includes 4 challenging sub-exams and, on average, students require a 2 to 3-month period to become sufficiently prepared and pass the GE exam.

Montana GED Test Requirements

  • The high school equivalency exam is only for adults who don’t have a secondary education credential (high school or equivalent diploma).
  • Test-takers cannot already be signed up for some other educational program.
  • The minimum age for test-takers is 19 in Montana.
  • 16, 17, and 18-year-olds may, however, qualify as well if they meet additional requirements. They must, for instance, be officially withdrawn from high school and have parental consent. For more details, consult the Montana State website.
  • Montana’s high school equivalency exam is for state residents only.

Montana GED Price

Taking the GED test in a testing center or online costs $36 per subject, so $144 for all 4 tests.

If you want to take the GED exam online, you’ll first have to reach passing scores on the official GED Ready practice test, and there’s one practice test for each of the four GED subjects. Four GED Ready tests cost $28, but Onsego Advantage students will receive four GED Ready vouchers included in their plans.

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Montana GED online

The Montana GED test comes with four independent sub-exams (modules) that must be taken on a computer.

The exams can be taken at state-designated test centers or online. To qualify for online testing, applicants must first reach passing scores on the GED Ready® Official Practice Test.

FAQ About GED In Montana

How to get a GED diploma in Montana?

In Montana, students looking to earn their HSE (high school equivalency) diplomas must pass the four separate tests of the GED exam. The four subtests address Mathematics, Social Studies, Language Arts, and Science. Check here for more information on the online Montana GED exam.

What are the Montana GED testing requirements?

To qualify for the Montana GED exam, you can’t hold a high school diploma. The minimum age to qualify for the GED exam in Montana is 16. Students 16, 17, or 18 years old may only qualify, however, if they meet additional criteria. State residency is required, but there’s no need to first take and pass a GED practice test (except when taking the exam online).

What is the GED cost in Montana?

The Montana GED exam costs $144 in total, or $36 per sub-exam. Onsego Advantage students will receive four vouchers for the GED Ready practice tests at no cost!

Disclaimer: Onsego is committed to delivering effective online GED prep courses. The information presented on this page is meant to help you, but for the most accurate and up-to-date details, please check official sources.