In Nevada, you get your GED diploma if you pass the four GED subtests that make up the GED test. You can take these subtests online or at a state-approved testing center.
To register for the 4-test GED® battery or for the GED Ready® tests, you must set up an account online at GED.com.
The GED tests are challenging exams, so getting perfectly prepared is crucial. Most students require a 2 to 3-month period before they’re sufficiently prepared to pass the tests.
Nevada GED Test Requirements
- Applicants cannot already hold a high school or equivalent diploma.
- They cannot be enrolled in any other school program.
- In Nevada, test-takers must be 16 years old.
- 16 and 17-year-olds, however, only qualify as well if they meet strict requirements such as parental consent and permission from their school districts.
- GED testing in Nevada is only for state residents.
Nevada GED Price
In Nevada, Taking the GED test in a testing center will cost you $95 for the entire exam or $23.75 per individual subtest.
On the other hand, the online GED test will cost you $36 per sub-exam, so $144 in total. You may add to that also the cost of taking four GED Ready tests ($28 in total), and your total will be $172 for taking the GED test online.
To qualify for online GED testing, you must have reached passing scores (in the “green” range) on the GED Ready practice test available at GED.com for $6.99 each. There are four GED Ready tests to be taken, one for each GED sub-exam.
Onsego’s My Advantage students will receive the four GED Ready tests for free!
Nevada GED Online Classes
We understand that life can be quite hectic, so we designed a complete GED preparatory program with many online GED classes and lots of practice tests and sample questions.
The video lessons are short, bite-sized, and engaging. They cover just one GED topic, so you can watch the lessons whenever you have some time free and anywhere you like on any device.
Our online GED classes address all subject matter of the GED exam. Additionally, we will explain some perfect strategies to find correct answers to the most challenging GED questions.
FAQ About GED In Nevada
How to get a GED in Nevada?
To earn your GED diploma in Nevada, you have to pass the four computer-based subtests of the GED exam. The exams cover English Literacy, Math, Science, and Social Studies.
What are the Nevada GED testing requirements?
To qualify for the GED test, you cannot already hold a high school diploma. In Nevada, applicants need to be state residents and at least 16 years old. For 16 or 17-year-olds, however, strict additional requirements apply. There’s no requirement to take a prep course or a practice test, but underage testers are required to show proof of readiness. Online testers must first attain passing scores on the GED Ready tests. Read also this post about the Nevada online GED exam.
What is the GED cost in Nevada?
In Nevada, the complete GED exam costs $95 when taken at a testing facility. The online GED exam will set you back $144 plus $28 for four GED Ready tests. However, if you are a student in Onsego’s My Advantage Plan, you’ll get 4 GED Ready tests at no cost. You can take the sub-exams one at a time.
For more information:
State of Nevada Department of Education
Office of Career Readiness, Adult Learning & Education Options
755 N Roop Street, Suite 201
Carson City, NV 89701