Texas residents can use GED Online prep to get ready for the GED® Test. When you pass the GED test, you will receive a State of Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency.
Texas GED Online Prep is published on this website; it’s free of charge, and you don’t need to register for it. Everyone can use it.
The GED Diploma (State of Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency) can be obtained only if you successfully take the four subtests in person at one of the state’s official testing centers, certified by the Texas Education Agency. You can’t take the GED test online.
There is NO GED online testing, only GED online Prep.
Don’t try to buy a fake GED Diploma! Colleges and employers can very easily obtain verifications and certificates from the Texas Education Agency website: tea.texas.gov/GED.html.
To pass the GED Test in Texas, you need to have sophisticated knowledge of Social Studies, Language, Science, and Math.
The best way to prepare is to take GED practice tests to check your knowledge, identify your weak points and then improve that by taking online classes.
Both parts of the GED Online Prep published by our website, GED practice tests, and online classes, are free. You can start learning any time, on your own schedule.
To encourage you, we prepared a short, 12-questions Pre GED Practice test.
It includes three questions from each GED subject: English Language, US History (the most tested part of Social Studies), Life Science, and Pre Algebra Math.
Take this test now and then continue to more GED Online Prep for Texas residents.
GED Online Texas Prep Practice
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How to determine when you are ready to pass the GED test?
The best way to determinate if you are ready to pass the test is to purchase the GED Ready test from the GED.com website. This test is very accurate in assessing a student’s readiness. The costs of the GED Ready test are $6 per subject.
Who is Allowed to Take the GED Test in Texas?
People who can prove Texas residency are allowed to take the GED Test in Texas but people from out of state can take it as well.
You can prove residency (if required) by providing one of the following documents: Texas driver license, a utility bill showing a Texas address, or bank statement showing a Texas address.
You don’t need to have a Social Security Number (SSN). Also, you don’t need to be a citizen of the United States.
The state of Texas requires students under the age of 18 to attend school. However, there are some age exceptions for 17 and 16-year olds.
The GED modules (subtests) are measured on a scale from 100 to 200. The following scores apply:
- 100-144: Below Passing Score
- 145-164: High School Equivalency Score
- 165-174: College Ready Score
- 175-200: College Ready plus Credits Score
The Texas GED testing fee is $145 for the entire exam or $36.25 per subtest.