GED Colorado- FAQ

How to get a GED in Colorado?

Colorado offers three options for students looking to get their high school equivalency (HSE) diploma, the GED, HiSET, and TASC exams.

GED® testing includes four (4) individual subtests while the HiSET and TASC exams include five (5) subtests as the Language Arts part includes separate writing and reading tests. The GED subtests cover the subject areas of Social Studies, Science, Math, and Language Arts.

What are Colorado GED requirements?

The minimum age for GED testing in Colorado is 17 but applicants 17 years old must meet some strict requirements. They must, for example, have permission from the school district and hold parental consent. GED, HiSET, or TASC applicants do not have to be Colorado residents.

Who qualifies for the Colorado GED test?

The GED, TASC, and HiSET exams are for adults who couldn’t finish high school. Upon successfully taking one of the three tests, applicants receive the Colorado high school equivalency diploma, a credential that’s across America accepted just like a regular high school degree by practically educational institutions and employers.

Where are GED practice tests in Colorado?

To get optimally prepared for Colorado HSE testing, taking practice tests is key. Traditional GED prep classes will offer lots of GED practice tests and today, many students benefit greatly from online GED practice tests as well that are offered over the internet, often free of any cost. Online learning has become very popular and is a great study option for students from remote areas.

What is the GED cost in Colorado?

In Colorado, GED testing is $150 for the complete exam (four tests, so $37,50 per subtest). GED applicants need to register at the website GED.com and they can take and pay for one test at a time. The HiSET and TASC tests come at a slightly lower price tag and also here, the subtests can be taken individually.

Is there an online Colorado GED test?

No, online GED, HiSET, or TASC testing is not possible. The Colorado high school equivalency exams are administered at official Colorado testing sites only. Using an online course to get all set for one of the Colorado HSE exams is perfectly okay but the tests themselves must be taken at an official testing center. Please note that not all Colorado testing sites offer all three available options so get well informed.

Where are Colorado online GED classes?

Getting all set for the Colorado HSE test by following an online prep course is a good option for students who are good at learning independently. These online GED classes usually include numerous practice tests as well. Online learning has become a popular way of preparing for the GED exam and it is also a great opportunity for GED hopefuls in remote areas.

Is the Colorado GED test also on paper?

All across America, so also in Colorado, students are required to take the GED exam on a computer. There’s no more paper-based GED testing available. The HiSET and TASC, however, are still offered both in a paper-based format and on a computer.