A Testing Program For Adult High School Equivalency
General Educational Development (GED) is an international testing program for adults who have been unable to complete high school. We recognize that adults acquire knowledge, skills, and concepts through working, training, travelling, reading, and other informal learning. GED Tests measure the level of “educational maturity”, gained through experience, which is often equal to, or above, the level of a high school graduate.
GED Tests are available in Canada, the United States, and in some foreign countries. In 2006, over 714,000 adults worldwide took the GED Tests.
If you require a GED Transcript and/or are requesting a diploma, please click on this link, Transcript/Diploma Request Form, fill in the form and mail to the address provided.
The cost for a duplicate diploma is $10.00 and a duplicate transcript $5.00.
Testing for persons with disabilities
Special testing arrangements can be made for candidates who, because of physical, psychological, or learning disabilities, may not have the ability or test-taking skills required under standard testing conditions.
Some accommodations are available upon request; however, special testing arrangements will require additional documentation.
Please choose the appropriate form below that must be completed when requesting accommodations.
Please click on the following link to choose the proper form:
Learning and Other Cognitive Disabilities
Physical/Chronic Health Disability