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GED Information in Hawaii
Preparing for the GED Test in Hawaii
Those taking the GED exam in Hawaii can visit the Hawaii State Department of Education for preparation advice and information. This is the point of contact for GED test takers in the state and can direct students to local community colleges and universities that offer in-person GED preparation programs.
GED Registration in Hawaii
Hawaii does not enforce residency requirements for the GED exam. Testers can expect to pay $37.50 per subject with four subjects required. The minimum age allowed to take the GED exam in Hawaii is 18 without additional documentation and 16 with additional documentation.
Unlike many states, those taking the test in Hawaii are required to have instruction prior to sitting for the exam if their goal is a diploma; instruction can be either in-person classes or online preparation. Testers are not required to take the Official GED Practice Test offered by Steck-Vaughn. Additionally, adults who simply want the GED transcript rather than a diploma can take the test without completing the instruction.
Some testing sites in the state test monthly, while others administer exams intermittently throughout the year. Test-takers can attempt subject area tests three times with no waiting period in between, but after a third unsuccessful attempt there would be a 60-day waiting period before re-testing. The title of the credential awarded for passing the GED exam is the Hawaii Adult Community School Diploma.
Passing Scores in Hawaii
In Hawaii, testers must earn a minimum standard score of at least 145 on each test module, and a minimum of 580 for the entire four-part test. Students who score 170 or higher in an individual subject area earn GED honors. The Hawaii State Department of Education does not impose a time limit to successfully complete all four subject area tests.