We got some good news for you. The GED test is available online, and students can take all 4 GED subtests at home. The online proctored GED test is a convenient way of earning your GED Diploma.
To be eligible for online testing, you need to take the GED Ready® practice test and score ‘green’ within the last 60 days for each subject you want to test online. Only then your account at GED.com will show an option for online testing.
More than ever, it’s crucial to be well prepared before attempting to pass the GED test. Try our online GED classes if you want to get ready for the test quickly. Our “My Advantage” plan also includes GED Ready vouchers and additional learning resources such as the TI-30 XS calculator course or a quitting protection system.
Onsego Prep News
Your Onsego account has a new module added to the Math course: “Solving Word Problems.”
Lessons in this module explain how to solve the most popular type of word problems you encounter during the GED Math test.
We strongly advise that you check these lessons and quizzes before taking the real test.
Also, the modules “Practice Tests” are renewed. After completing a practice test, you will see the Strong and Weak Areas report. This report shows your score in each module and helps you to assess your learning.
New resources for Social Studies, Science, and Language Arts
We also added new practice tests with a timer to your Social Studies, Science, and Language Arts courses.
These tests include question types that you often see on real tests. You will find them in the Practice Tests module.
Your progress is automatically recorded when you finish all activities assigned to the lesson.
The progress is not recorded if you skip a quiz unless the lesson has no quiz.
We added the “Resume button” to your courses. This button allows you to immediately return to the last lesson or quiz that you visited.
This button is integrated within the “All Lessons” dashboard and on every subject course.