Can i get my ged online?

The GED exam in Utah can be taken in an official, state-approved test center or in an online supervised format. The GED exam in Utah can be taken in an official, state-approved test center or in an online supervised format. If you fail a GED subject test, there is no wait in Utah before you can retake this subtest. In Utah, GED testers do not need to be a state resident and do not need to take a preparation course or take a practice test before taking the GED exam.

The GED (General Education Development) program has been helping adults complete their secondary education for more than 75 years, and more than 50,000 Utah residents have received their GED diplomas over the past decade. So if you no longer qualify for online GED testing, you no longer need to show up at an official GED test center in Utah and take the four GED tests in person.

How much does it cost to get your GED in Utah?

Go to the MyGED portal, where you can also schedule your tests and pay for what you take. If you are 16 or 17 years old, you can take the test if you were withdrawn from school and completed the adult education program or submitted the GED test application form. If you’re 16, you’ll also need to get an academic readiness check through a government-sponsored adult program in Utah. The GED credential is considered equivalent to a joint high school degree across North America and is accepted by virtually all government institutions, employers, and colleges.

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