The purpose of the GED test is to enable persons who have not graduated from high school to demonstrate attainment of abilities normally associated with the completion of a high school program of study. By achieving satisfactory scores on the GED test, adults may earn a GED Certificate.
The certificate may qualify the individual for:
-Admission to college or more advanced education opportunities.
-Induction into the United States Armed Forces based on satisfactory completion of the GED tests or the pre-established military cut score.
-Employment or promotional opportunities on the job.
What You Should Know about the GED Tests
The GED tests consist of a battery of four comprehensive examinations:
– Language Arts
– Social Studies
Participants must be at least 18 years of age and not enrolled in a public or private school.
Reasonable accommodations are available upon request to individuals who qualify.
GED Credential Information
The GED exam provides an opportunity for adults 18 or older who did not complete high school to earn an equivalency certificate which is recognized by many employers and colleges. Examinees cannot be enrolled in any high school.
Prepare for the GED exam with reading, language, math, and GED classes at the Adult Education Center. Placement evaluations and counseling are available to evaluate readiness.
To participate in the June GED Graduation Ceremony, attend a placement evaluation, ABE/GED classes, and successfully complete the GED exam.
To register for GED Testing, visit GED.com.