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The GED® Test in Utah

In Utah, you can take the GED test to receive your GED certificate, which will help you get better employment, apply to colleges, or join the military. Although you cannot take the test online, you can prepare for it online anytime, anywhere and on any device. 


Why You Should Study Online

Studying online prepares you faster for the Utah GED test in three ways:

  1. Speed. You learn faster and retain more because our GED Academy customizes your study to exactly what you need to know.  
  2. Control. You can study at your own pace instead of what the classroom dictates.
  3. Flexibility. Online studying can fit into your schedule and lifestyle.

Your $15 enrollment in GED Academy also gets you five additional courses in The College of Essential Education that help with improving your computer skills, finding a job, and managing your finances. Let’s get started!

The GED Test Requirements in Utah

  • You do not have to be a resident of Utah.
  • You cannot be enrolled in an accredited high school or be a high school graduate.
  • You must be 18 years old or older, however if you are 16 or 17 you are eligible if you have been formally withdrawn from the public secondary school system and have completed the Adult Education Program and/or GED Testing Application for 16-18 Year-Old Non-Graduates form. This form is obtained from Utah public high schools, charter schools or special purpose residential schools. 16-year-olds must access a Utah state-sponsored adult education program for verification of academic readiness necessary to take the GED tests. Verification by an adult education program is not a guarantee that the test-taker will pass the tests. Other eligibility requirements may be required, so be sure to check out all of Utah’s GED policies. 
  • Cost: $30 (per subject); $120 (all subjects)
  • Passing score: 145 (minimum) in each subject
  • Accommodations: You can apply for Utah’s GED disability accommodations by filling out a form based on your disability type.

After you pass the test, the State of Utah will award you a GED certificate that will show you have achieved the same level of knowledge as a high school graduate.

Make Sure You’re Ready to Take Utah’s GED Test

  • Start by taking a free practice test first to see if you’re even ready to pass the official GED test. Taking a free practice test will help you discover which subjects you need to focus on in order to study faster. 
  • Next, you’ll want to enroll in an easy and affordable study program like our GED Academy. It’s designed to help you prepare quickly by showing you those exact subjects you need to master. 
  • Only once you’re ready, be sure to locate a testing center at an official Utah GED Test Center so you know where to go.


That’s how many have successfully passed the GED test. So why wait?