Is it possible to get my GED online?

Students can take free GED classes online in addition to taking the test online. While other websites may promise to provide valid diplomas, the GED Testing Service is the only approved provider of online GED tests. The official GED website also has a feature for finding local, in-person testing locations.

How to get your GED for free?

Taking the GED test for free is possible for some students as a few states subsidize the cost of GED testing entirely and some other states do so partially. Additionally, some providers of government-sponsored healthcare cover the cost of the GED test and Texas also offers free testing to qualifying students (see below).

How do I get my GED?

To earn a GED or HSED in Wisconsin, applicants must meet the following requirements:Age: Proof that the applicant is at least 18.5 years old or their 9th-grade class has graduated from high school. …Residency: Provide proof that the applicant has resided in Wisconsin for at least 10 days.Graduation Status: The applicant has not graduated from high school and is not enrolled in any public or private high school.

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Can I get my GED at home?

You can take local GED® classes or online classes and study at your own pace with books or digital materials. The GED® test covers 4 subjects: Math, Science, Social Studies, and Reasoning Through Language Arts. You can take all 4 together or one at a time at an official GED® test center when you’re ready.