Oregon GED Online

In Oregon, adult learners wishing to earn a GED diploma can also take the GED test online. To be eligible for online GED testing, they must first reach “green” (likely to pass) scores on the GED Ready official practice test.

There are four independent GED® sub-exams (modules), and for each of the modules, there’s a GED Ready® test. The students need to purchase these practice tests on the website GED.com at $6.99 each,

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Registration for the GED exam and the GED Ready tests must be done online at GED.com, the official website of the developer-publisher of the GED test, GED Testing Service.

Oregon GED Online Price

In Oregon, the price of the online GED exam is $44 per individual sub-exam, so the entire GED battery will set you back $176. You should, however, also take into account the cost of four GED Ready tests ($28) that you must take to qualify for online GED testing. That totals $204!

Students who choose to study with Onsego’s My Advantage Plan, however, will receive four GED Ready tests for free!

If you decide to sit for the Oregon GED exam at one of the state’s test centers, the full GED exam will cost $152 or $38 per subject test.

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Oregon GED Online Classes

Preparing for the GED exam can be quite a challenge for students with busy schedules. That’s why Onsego has created a full GED preparatory program with short, bite-sized lessons that cover everything that’s on the GED exam.

Onsego’s program comes with a large number of online GED classes, sample questions, quizzes, and practice tests that help you get optimally prepared for the GED exam efficiently so you can achieve your goals fast.

If you attend an online prep course, there’ll be no more waiting around in hours-long classes. The short lessons cover one GED topic at a time, so you can watch them anytime you have a few minutes time.

On top of that, you will learn a few very effective strategies and techniques that help you produce correct answers to complex GED questions. You can go over all the study material until you understand it. You decide what you’ll learn, when you learn, and where you learn. You’re the boss!

What’s On The GED Test?

In the GED exam, there are four separate, independent sub-exams that can be taken, if wished, one at a time. The four modular subtests measure your knowledge and skills in the academic subject fields of Social Studies, Mathematical reasoning, Science, and Reasoning through Language Arts.

How To Register For The GED Test

To schedule the GED exam online or at a test center or to register for the GED Ready tests, you need to create your account on the website GED.com. You can use the online portal MyGED for making test appointments and payments. There’s also a lot of information about the employment market, academic college programs, and so on.

How Do I Prepare For The GED Test?

The GED exam is fully computer-based and quite challenging. So getting properly prepared is crucial for success! In fact, the passing score is set at such a level that only around sixty percent of all high school graduates would be able to pass the GED tests on the first try! Check out also this page about Oregon GED qualification requirements.

Probably the most efficient way to start your GED prep is by taking a number of practice tests. If you do, you’ll discover which GED subject areas need your attention most and which areas you already master. That’ll make your study efforts more effective, and your scores will go up.

Signing up for a GED prep course is, though not required in Oregon, highly recommended and, for most test-takers, an absolute necessity. There are numerous prep sites in Oregon where GED classes are available. and you can also find a few pretty good and well-structured online GED prep courses, such as the online GED classes from Onsego. Whichever way you prefer to study, just make sure to get optimally prepared!

GED Scoring

The four GED tests are scored on a 100-200 scale, and scoring is as follows: 100-144-below passing; 145-164-high school equivalency score; 165-174-college-ready score; 175-200-college-ready + college credit score. The Language part has writing and reading combined.

Computer-Based GED Test

The latest edition of the GED test is totally computer-formatted, and this is actually logical because you won’t find many jobs out there that do not at least require basic computer knowledge and keyboarding literacy skills. Paper-and-pencil GED testing is no longer possible; all must be done on a computer.

As stated before, you don’t have to take the entire GED battery at the same time. You have the freedom to take one or more of the GED modules at a time.

All over North America, the GED diploma is accepted in the same way as a high school diploma by educational institutions and employers.

If you require some accommodation, please apply for that in a timely manner on GED.com (the official GED website) or contact your local GED testing center for help. To apply for accommodations or to register for the GED tests, go to GED.com, and create an account with MyGED.