# Eligibility Requirements For GED In Pennsylvania

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If completing your high school education is one of your personal ambitions, the Pennsylvania GED (General Educational Development) program can help. A GED certificate is the equivalent of a high school diploma. You can use it to qualify for higher-paying jobs or to enroll in a college degree program. If you are ready to start working toward your goals, learn more about the Pennsylvania GED program and its requirements here.

## GED eligibility requirements in Pennsylvania

• You must reside in Pennsylvania.
• You cannot be a high school graduate or enrolled in an accredited high school.
• You must be at least 18 years old. If you are 16 or 17 and meet additional requirements, you are eligible to take the test.
• Cost: $120 (all subjects) or$30 (per subject)
• The minimum passing score for each subject: 145
• Accommodations: You must submit a request for disability accommodations via the GED® Testing Service website.
• The State of Pennsylvania will provide you with a GED certificate if you pass the exam, showing that you have attained the same level of knowledge as a high school graduate.

You may learn more about how to obtain a GED in Pennsylvania by reading the answers to the questions we receive the most below. Besides, to help you easily prepare for your coming Pennsylvania GED exam, we offer hundreds of GED practice test questions on this website. Let's give it a try!

## Are there any online resources for GED?

Yes. You can use our website to practice for your GED exam. It's quick, easy, and straightforward on your smartphone as well.

## How do I obtain a GED in Pennsylvania?

You may be wondering, like many Americans, "How can I acquire my GED fast?" The good news is that obtaining a GED certificate is simpler than you may have imagined. You may achieve your goals more quickly if you start early.

Take the following steps:

1. Verify Your Eligibility: Each state has different requirements for test-taker eligibility.
2. Learn the Material: Prepare for the GED exam. You have the option of studying alone, in a nearby prep class, or online.
3. Practice the Material: Create a tranquil study area. Use a study guide or online classes to narrow your focus. Use practice tests to evaluate your understanding.
4. Register: You can schedule your test online whenever you are ready.
5. Take the Test: Bring a valid government-issued photo ID on exam day. Do not bring personal items into the testing area.

If you pass the test, the State of Pennsylvania will provide you with a GED certificate, which will attest to the fact that you have attained the same level of knowledge as a high school graduate.

## How many times can I retake the GED if I fail?

Be aware that some states have specific rules regarding exam retakes. Normally, you are allowed to take the test three times each year. You won't need to retake any of the previously passed subjects.

## What is on the GED Math test in Pennsylvania?

• You should be confident to use math to solve problems in real life and familiar with mathematical concepts, measurements, and equations.
• You will be provided a formula sheet in the test center and on the screen in the test so you don't have to memorize any formulas.
• You can assess your test readiness using our math practice tests. You can get all the math you need to learn at a low cost from our website.

## Where can I take a GED practice test in Pennsylvania?

An official GED practice test is available from the GED testing service for \$6 per subject. You can test your knowledge on our practice tests in one subject, a few subjects, or every subject.

## In Pennsylvania, what is the high school equivalency test?

GED and HiSET are the two high school equivalency tests offered in Pennsylvania. Both are accepted at 99% of colleges and both are equivalent to a high school diploma. With a Pennsylvania HiSET or Pennsylvania GED, you can find a fantastic job, earn a degree, or join the military.

## What subjects are tested on the GED in Pennsylvania?

You will be tested in math, social studies, science, and language arts on the GED in Pennsylvania.

## How long is the GED exam in Pennsylvania?

 SUBJECT TIME Math 115 minutes Social Studies 90 minutes Science 90 minutes Language Arts 150 minutes Total 7 hours, 41 minutes

## How many questions are there on the GED test in Pennsylvania?

 SUBJECT # OF QUESTIONS Math 46 Social Studies 35 Science 34 Language Arts 46

## If I don't pass a subject on the Pennsylvania GED exam, can I retake it?

For each subject, you can retake it up to 2 times without having to wait. For the fourth attempt, you have to wait 60 days. Your first two retakes will be offered at a discounted rate. You will get two more discounted retakes after waiting 60 days and paying the full price. All retakes have to be completed within a year after the initial attempt.

## Can I take the Pennsylvania GED exam online?

You can take the Pennsylvania GED test online or at an official Pennsylvania GED testing center. You can use our list of Pennsylvania testing centers to locate the one that is most convenient for on-site testing.

There will be an Online Proctored (OP) GED test option starting on September 1st, 2021, so you can take your GED test remotely (online).

## What age must I be to take the Pennsylvania GED exam?

In Pennsylvania, you must be at least 18 years old to take the GED exam.

You may take the test if you are 17 years old and meet the following requirements:

• You are in possession of a government (national or foreign)-issued photo ID.
• You are a Pennsylvania resident.
• You do not attend school (If you are enrolled in an approved in-school GED preparation program, you are excepted.)
• You didn't complete high school.
• You have parental or guardian consent.

If you are 16 years old, you must be in compliance with the aforementioned conditions, in the care of a state agency, under a court order, or enrolled in a Job Corps training program.

You must attend school in Pennsylvania if you are under the age of 18.

## How can I apply for an age waiver in Pennsylvania?

You can ask your local school board for an age waiver if you are under 18 years old. In order to take the test, you must have permission from the school board.

## How can I obtain a copy of my Pennsylvania GED test transcript?

You can ask for a copy of your Pennsylvania GED transcript by contacting the GED testing service.