General Education Development (GED) Testing on Computer - Appointment Required
GED Tests administered every Wednesday and Friday (tentative and subject to change)
(Fee: $135 per battery; $33.75 per section)
For scheduling, please visit www.ged.com
MyGED™ “How To” Guide
The 2014 GED® Test Benefits
- Only nationally recognized high school equivalency test developed by experts with a 70-year history in high school equivalency
- Only test aligned with current high school standards (including grade 12 standards) and career- and college-readiness expectations
- Delivered exclusively on computer which provides a consistent testing experience nationwide and improved passing rates
- Same-day scoring on all four parts including the new score report for reporting and remediation
- Offers two score levels:
- GED® Passing Score: at or higher than the minimum needed to demonstrate high school equivalency-level skills and abilities
- GED® Passing Score with Honors: at or higher than the minimum needed to demonstrate career- and college-readiness (CCR)
The 2014 GED® Test Specifications
Passing Scores for The 2014 GED® Test
The 2014 GED® test is scored by computer. The passing standard on each module has been set at a score of 150 on a scale of 100 to 200 scaled score points for each of the four content modules.
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If tested prior to 2014 and needing an official copy of your certificate, please go to www.texged.com. A $5.00 fee to be paid with credit/debit card will apply.