In Nevada, students can take the GED exam online. To qualify for online GED testing, candidates must first reach scores in the green (likely to pass) zone of the official GED practice test, the GED Ready test.
There are four GED sub-exams, and for each of these subject tests, there is a GED Ready® test that can be purchased on the GED.com website for $6.99 each.
The GED exam is a pretty challenging assessment, and proper preparation is definitely required for success.
Nevada GED Online Price
In Nevada, the GED online test will cost you $31 per sub-exam, so $124 in total. You should, however, also add the cost of taking four GED Ready tests($28), so your total will be $152 for the entire online GED exam.
Test-takers that register for Onsego’s My Advantage Plan will get four GED Ready tests at no cost.
Taking the GED exam at a Nevada testing center costs $124 as well for the full GED battery or $31 per sub-exam.
Nevada GED Online Classes
At Onsego, we understand that your life could, at times, get a little hectic, so we designed a complete GED prep course that has numerous online GED classes, quizzes, and lots of practice tests.
The video lessons are short, bite-sized lessons that cover one GED topic at a time. You can watch these engaging lessons whenever you’ve for a few minutes time, wherever you want, and on any device.
Onsego’s online GED classes address everything that’s on the GED exam and explain it all in an easy-to-understand way.
The four GED sub-exams are scored on a 100 to 200 scale, and the passing score is 145. This counts for all subtests, and averaging is not an option. The high school equivalency score is 145-164, the college-ready score is 165-174, and if your results are in the 175-200 range, you’ll also receive (up to 10) college credits, depending on the subject and the college or university you apply to. The GED (General Education Development) exam is fully computer-based.
What’s On The GED Test?
The GED exam contains four individual modules (sub-exams) that may be taken separately if you wish. The four subject tests cover the fields of Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies. Read also this page with information on Nevada GED qualification requirements.
How Do I Register For The GED Test?
To register for the GED exam (or part of it), go to GED.com, and then you are asked to set up your personal account at the MyGED portal. Here you can also schedule your test(s) and make payments.
The website is very efficient and will guide you through the entire process very smoothly. Remember that you just need to pay for the test(s) you take; there is no need to do so for all tests at one time!
How Do I Prepare For The GED Test?
As stated earlier, the computerized GED test is a challenging exam, so make sure to be fully prepared when you take the exam online or show up at one of Nevada’s high school equivalency testing centers. It is a good idea to use a good and accredited online GED prep course, such as the online GED classes from Onsego, to get perfectly geared up for the assessment.
There are also numerous physical prep sites where dedicated teachers will get you all set for success on the GED exam. And your local library and bookstore will also have lots of publications that will help you.
Whichever way you choose to get all set, a physical class, an online course, or study at home with books from the library, just make sure you’ll know what it takes to pass!