Virginia GED Online

In Virginia, qualifying students can take the GED test online. Then, however, they first must attain Likely to Pass (“green”) results on the official practice test, the GED Ready test.

This practice test must be bought on the GED.com website and costs $6.99. There is a GED Ready® practice test for every GED® sub-exam, four in total, so that will cost you another $28 on top of the exam fees.

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To register for the GED Ready test or the GED exam, applicants need to create their account online at GED.com, the website of the official GED organization, GED Testing Service.

The four GED subtests (independent modules) measure an applicant’s knowledge in the academic fields of Science, Reasoning through Language Arts, Social Studies, and Mathematical Reasoning.

Virginia GED Online Price

The Virginia online GED exam costs $36 per subject test, so $144 in total. But you should also count the cost of the four GED Ready practice tests ($28), which brings your total to $172.

However, students who use Onsego’s My Advantage Plan will receive four GED Ready vouchers for free.

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When students sit for the Virginia GED exam at one of the state’s test centers, the four GED sub-exams cost $30 each (so $120 for the entire GED battery).

Virginia GED Online Classes

Onsego has created a comprehensive online GED preparatory program that includes numerous online GED classes and many practice tests for students of all ages and all levels of preparation.

We have made studying for the GED exam easier by providing bite-sized, short video lessons that explain one GED topic at a time. The lessons are engaging and explain everything in an easy-to-follow way. This way, you won’t get distracted or get lost in some complex GED subject.

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GED Scoring

The four GED subtests are measured on a scale that runs from 100 to 200. Below passing score: 100-144; HS equivalency score: 145-164; College-ready score: 165-174; College-ready plus college credits: 175-200.

GED testing is done at a level that’s comparable to that of graduating HS seniors, and the GED passing score is set in a way that forty percent of all HS grads would not be able to pass on the first try.

A Brighter Future With A GED

Holders of the GED degree can further their academic education in college, and the degree will additionally lead to better employment opportunities. Workers with a GED degree will earn at least some $9,600 more per year than those who do not hold the degree.

As said before, the GED test is now also available online for qualifying applicants. So personal appearance at an official Virginia GED testing site is no longer required! Check also this page that includes details about Virginia GED qualification requirements.

How To Register For The Virginia GED Test

The four GED tests are administered exclusively on a computer, and you may take one (or more) of the four modules (subtests) at a time.

Registration for the GED test is done online. Go to GED.com and open your account at the portal MyGED. This is the place to register for, pay for, and schedule your tests. Everything needs to be done online. Paper-based testing is a thing of the past.

Prepare Well For The Virginia GED Test

Virginia doesn’t require state residency, and you also don’t need a GED prep course first. Keep in mind that the GED exam is rather challenging, so you are really advised to either attend classes in a physical classroom or follow a well-structured online GED prep course like the one created by Onsego GED Prep.

The most recent version of the GED test dates back to 2014, and remodeling the exam was really needed to make sure graduates would meet college expectations and industry requirements. In that sense, computer-based testing is pretty normal because there is hardly any job out there that doesn’t call for at least some basic understanding of how computers work and how keyboarding is done.

Four Timed GED Tests

The GED tests are timed. The allotted time for Literacy is 155 minutes (including a short break); Math: 135 minutes; Social Studies: 70 minutes; Science: 90 minutes. If you require some accommodation, please apply timely on the website GED.com or contact a local GED testing center or your School District for help.