In Wyoming, students will get their GED diploma if they pass the subtests of the GED exam. These subtests are available online or at one of Wyoming’s GED testing centers.
To register for the GED® exam or for the GED Ready® official practice tests, the students must create an account via the GED.com website.
The GED exam is fully computer-based and includes four individual subtests in these subject areas: Language Arts, Math, Social studies, and Science.
Wyoming GED Testing Requirements
- Test-takers are not allowed to hold a high school diploma already.
- Test-takers are not allowed to be signed up for any other school program.
- In Wyoming, applicants must be at least 16 years old
- 16 and 17-year-olds need to meet some strict, additional criteria. They must, for example, have permission from their school board and hold parental consent.
- Wyoming does not require state residency, so the Wyoming GED exam is also open to non-residents as well.
- In Wyoming, there’s no requirement first to attain passing scores on the GED Ready test, but this only applies to testing in a test center.
Wyoming GED Price
In Wyoming, when taken at a test center, each GED subtest costs $26 (so $104 in total).
When taken online, each subtest costs $36 (so $144 in total). You should, however, also count the additional cost of taking four GED Ready tests ($28) if you want to take the exam in an online format.
To be eligible for online GED testing, you must first reach passing scores (in the “green” or “likely-to-pass” range) on the GED Ready test. There’s one GED Ready test for each GED subtest, so four in total, that you need to buy on the GED.com website at $6.99 each.
So the overall cost of online GED testing will be $172, including four GED Ready tests. Members of Onsego who use the My Advantage Plan get four GED Ready vouchers at no cost.
Wyoming GED Online Classes
Onsego has created a complete GED preparatory program that includes online GED classes and many practice tests. The program offers great support for students of all ages, all levels of preparation, and all levels of prior education.
We make learning for the GED exam easy by providing short, bite-sized lessons that cover one GED curriculum item at a time in an engaging and easy-to-follow way.
This way, the covered subject material will be remembered better, and there’s no need to worry about getting lost in complex GED subjects. So make sure you will benefit from Onsego’s GED prep course and sign up today.
Taking the GED exam online is also an option in Wyoming. Until recently, applicants were required to come personally to an official Wyoming test center if they wanted to earn a GED diploma. Well, that’s a thing of the past, as we recently saw the introduction of the online GED exam. You can learn more here: Online GED testing.
For more information:
Wyoming Department of Education
Wyoming Community College Commission (WCCC)
High School Equivalency Office
2300 Capitol Avenue, 5th Floor, Suite B
Cheyenne, WY 82002
Phone: 307. 777.7885
FAQ About GED In Wyoming
How to get a GED in Wyoming?
To get your High School Equivalency Diploma in Wyoming, you’ll have to pass the four computer-formatted subtests of the GED test. The covered four academic subject fields are Science, Social Studies, Mathematics, and English Language Arts. See also this page about the online Wyoming GED test.
What are the Wyoming GED testing requirements?
The GED exam gives adults that never completed their high school education the chance to acquire an equivalent degree. In Wyoming, there’s no state residency requirement, nor do test-takers first have to sign up for a prep course or reach sufficient scores on a practice test when taking the exam at a test center. In Wyoming, applicants must be 16 years old or older though 16 and 17-year-olds are required to meet additional, strict requirements.
What is the GED cost in Wyoming?
In Wyoming, the full GED exam will set you back $104 (or $26 per sub-exam) when taken at a physical testing site. When taken online, the GED exam costs $144 (or $36 for each sub-exam). You should, however, also add $28 since you’ll have to buy and pass four GED Ready tests to qualify for online GED testing. That will add up to $172 overall.