# Eligibility Requirements For GED In Vermont

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If you're tired of being turned down for good jobs because you do not possess a high school diploma, get your Vermont GED (General Educational Development) credential. You can get the academic credential you need to advance in life with a little studying and perseverance.

## GED eligibility requirements in Vermont

• You must reside in Vermont.
• You cannot be a high school graduate or enrolled in an accredited high school.
• You must be at least 18 years old. However, if you have a parent's or guardian's signed consent, you can take the test at 16 or 17.
• 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 Vermont 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 Vermont by reading the answers to the questions we receive the most below. Besides, to help you easily prepare for your coming Vermont GED exam, we offer hundreds of GED practice test questions on this website. Let's give it a try!

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

The GED® Test is the high school equivalency test offered in Vermont. It is accepted at 99% of colleges and is equal to a high school diploma.

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

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

## How long is the GED exam in Vermont?

 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 Vermont?

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

## In Vermont, what is the passing score for the GED test?

145 points (45% correct) in each of the four subjects is required to pass the Vermont GED exam. You can quickly check your test results on your MyGED account with the GED testing service after finishing the exam.

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

There is no waiting period between retakes of the GED test in Vermont. You are allowed to retake the same subject test three times a year.

## Can I take the Vermont GED exam online?

You can take the Vermont GED test online or at an official Vermont GED testing center. You can use our list of Vermont 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).

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

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