What is the GED® test?

The GED® test is a four-subject high school equivalency test that measures skills required by high schools and requested by colleges and employers. The four subjects are Science, Social Studies, Mathematical Reasoning, and Reasoning Through Language Arts. After you pass the GED® test, your diploma or credential will be issued by your state but you’ll receive a GED® transcript to apply to college, start training, or get a better job.

The test is part of the GED® program, the only high school equivalency program built to help adults qualify for college, training, or a good job with good wages.

At GED Testing Service, we believe that everyone deserves a fighting chance at a good job with good wages. That’s why the GED® program includes start-to-finish support and a test based on what’s needed to succeed in college and jobs.

Test Facts:
•The first GED® test was created in 1942 and is updated every 10-15 years
•The current GED® test takes a little more than seven hours to complete
•The current GED® test is administered year-round at more than 1,500 testing centers worldwide
•People with a high school credential earn $568,000 more in a lifetime than people without a high school credential

GED PREP CLASSES – Our classes are designed to help you develop and practice the skills required to pass the GED Test.

Practice GED Tests are administered every Friday free of charge.  Testing begins promptly at 9:00 am and ends between 1- 1:30 pm.   Bring a current photo ID and proof of address with you.

View the GED Computer Sites.