GED Delaware: Pass the Delaware GED Test

Finding a challenging, rewarding career can be difficult without a high school diploma or GED. Read on to find out how you can earn your GED and improve the overall quality of your life.

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Delaware GED Requirements


  • Must 16 years of age or older
  • Must have withdrawn from high school
  • No previous high school diploma or GED

GED Exam Structure

The GED exam consists of the following five subject area sections:

  • Language Arts, Writing
    • Includes a 45 minute essay section
  • Language Arts, Reading
  • Mathematics (2 parts)
  • Science
  • Social Studies


The minimum passing score is 410 on each test with an average score of 450 on each test or 2250 total score points overall. Test sections are graded on a scale of 200 to a maximum score of 800. Individuals are generally given the opportunity to retake parts of the exam as necessary.

Registration and Fees

Individuals may register for the GED exam at any testing center. The fee for taking the exam is currently $75.00, but is subject to change. Check with your local testing center for up to date pricing information.

Test Preparation

Visit your local library or bookstore to investigate the available GED practice materials. The state of Delaware also offers a 60-day GED preparation course. Contact the program's director by calling (484) 237-5161.

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