Alaska GED Requirements and Online Classes

To earn your HSE (high school equivalency) diploma in Alaska you must take and pass four independent tests (modules) that make up the GED® exam.

The certificate that you will receive after successfully completing the four tests is all across America recognized as the equivalency of a regular high school diploma by employers, colleges, and government organizations.

Alaska GED Online Prep

Covcell ‘s GED Prep Classes are providing the perfect preparation for Alaska residents who want to earn their GED diploma without any stress. The four Covcell GED Prep Programs are in the subject areas of Math, Science, Literacy, and Social Studies, the four testing fields of the GED exam.

The Covcell  GED Prep Course helps you optimally to become GED fluent in all topics that you will see on the real GED exam.

Alaska GED Testing Requirements

  • You cannot already hold a high school or equivalent diploma
  • You cannot already be signed up for any other school program
  • You must be 16 years of age or older. Applicants who are 16 or 17 though, must be officially withdrawn from high school,  have parental permission, and approval from their local school district

Alaska doesn’t require state residency and the four GED modules are $30 each (or $120 for the entire battery). As stated above, there is a 2-year window in which you need to have completed the four subtests. So you have the chance to take one test when you feel ready to do so and you pay just for that section you registered for.

The four GED test scores are measured on a scale from 100 to 200. Scoring is as follows:

  • 100 – 144 = Below Passing GED Score
  • 145 – 164 = High School Equivalency GED Score
  • 165 – 174 = College Ready GED Score
  • 175 – 200 = College Ready GED Score plus College Credit

You must take the four GED tests (modules) entirely on a computer. The four subtests are in the subject areas of Social Studies, Math (Mathematical Reasoning), Literacy (Reasoning through Language Arts-RLA), and Science. You are not required to take all four subtests in a row.

The GED exam is modular and built up of the above mentioned four modules or subtests that need to be completed within a period of two years.

You don’t need to take a prep course first in Alaska but you are strongly advised to get well prepared because the GED exam has not become any easier. The passing standards are set in such a way and at such a level that some forty percent of high school graduates would not pass the GED exam at first try!

The modules are pretty challenging and you would be wise to attend a prep class or follow a good GED online prep course. So make sure you’ll just get optimally prepared to take the GED tests confidently.

You must take the four tests in person at an Alaska official GED testing center. Online GED testing is NOT possible, and if you require an accommodation, make sure to apply for it timely at the GED Testing Service website: This is also the place for registration, test scheduling, and payments.