GED Test

Where can I study?

Contact local adult education centers or sign up for MyGED at www.GED.com and click on “Study” to find tools, free practice test questions, and GED Ready: The Official Practice Test.

What can I do if I am not able to visit an adult education center?

If you are not able to visit your local adult education center, go to MyGED.  It can be your start-to-finish tool for the GED program. 

What is MyGED?

MyGED is your start-to-finish tool for the GED program. Flexible, convenient and the support you need before and after the test.

What’s the 2014 GED test like?

The GED test has been updated to make sure it measures what graduating high school seniors know and what colleges and employers will expect of you.

Four (4) parts:

  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Reasoning Through Language Arts
  • Mathematical Reasoning

How do I register?

Simply sign up for MyGED and you will get information about local policies, how to request modified testing conditions (accommodations), or you’ll be able to schedule right then.

When can I schedule?

Scheduling is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week with MyGED.  Log in and click on “Schedule Test” on the top. Once you complete the scheduling questions you’ll be directed to choose your language, subject, and the day and time that works best for you to test. You can also schedule one test at a time to make sure you feel prepared every time.

What is the passing score?

You need to earn at least 150 points on each subject to pass. To find out if you’re likely to pass, take GED Ready: The Official Practice Test and the only test that can tell you if you’re likely to pass. Sign into MyGED to get ready with GED Ready.