Nevada State High School Equivalency Eligibility Requirements
- You must be a resident of Nevada.
- You cannot be enrolled in an accredited high school or be a high school graduate.
- You must be 18 years old or older. However, you can take the test at 16 or 17 if you meet additional requirements.
- Cost: For the GED test, cost is $23.75 (per subject) or $95 (total). For the HiSET exam, cost is $65 (total).
- Passing score: The GED requires a minimum of 145 in each subject. The HiSET requires an 8 in each sub-test or a combined score of 45; minimum of 2 on the Language Art, Writing essay.
- You must apply for disability accommodations for the GED test if needed and check for other GED Nevada rules and requirements.
- You have to do the same for disability accommodations for the HiSET exam if you need it and be sure to check for other HiSET Nevada rules and requirements.
- Whether you pass the GED test or HiSET exam, the State of Nevada will award you a high school equivalency certificate that will show you have achieved the same level of knowledge as a high school graduate.
Over 20 Million Adults
That’s how many have successfully passed their high school equivalency test. So why wait?LET’S GET STARTED
“I received my GED last year and I am now attending College Of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas. I hope to transfer to University Of Nevada and finish a four year program with them. I just want to thank the GED Academy. I am so thankful that I am back on the road to success and all the credit goes to the GED Academy!”