For more information, visit www.GED.com.
General Educational Development (GED) test is a group of four subject tests: Language Arts, Social Studies, Math, and Science) which, when passed, certify that the test taker has American or Canadian high school-level academic skills. The GED® test credential is the only high school equivalency credential recognized in all 50 states and by 95% of colleges.
There was a significant change on the GED® since January 2, 2014. It is now delivered on Pearson VUE, a proprietary computer-based testing platform. The new test has to be taken in a computer at an official GED® testing site. This means, students should be familiar with computers, email accounts, and typing with certain speed by the time they present their exam.
To take the GED®, students must register at the GED® portal at www.GED.com. At the portal, students can schedule their test and do practice rounds. At the Centro Hispano Marista, we prepare you to take the GED Ready® test, which is a good indicator as to your readiness to pass the official GED®. Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions Page.
Subjects can be takes separately. If a student passes one or more subjects, but not all four tests within the battery, he or she only needs to retake the test(s) they did not pass. The possible scores on an individual test within the GED battery, range from a minimum of 100 to a maximum of 200.
Please explore the www.GED.com website. It has all the information you need.