General Educational Development (GED) Test
The General Educational Development (GED) is equivalent to a high school diploma. The GED covers:
- Reasoning through Language Arts
- Mathematical Reasoning
- Social Studies
Want to Review?
GED preparation courses are offered through Community & Industry Education.
Where to Take the GED
The 2014 GED is offered only on computer.
- Start by going to the MyGED portal to make an appointment.
- Go to one of these locations to take the GED on computer:
- Northwest Campus Professional Certification Testing Center (WCTS 1133)
- South Campus Testing Center (SACT 1412A)
Both English and Spanish GED tests on computer are available in the Northwest Campus Professional Certification Testing Center and in the South Campus Testing Center.
How to Register for the GED on Computer
You do not have to be enrolled in TCC to take the GED test.
All sections of the 2014 GED examination should be scheduled at GED Test on Computer.
What to Pay to Take the GED on Computer
The computerized GED currently consists of four sections.
- Each section: $33.75
- Entire test: $135
Payment is made online at GED Test on Computer when examination sections are scheduled.
Results are received immediately on all sections of the examination except for the essay portion.
Want to Retest?
Contact your original testing location for details.
Updated June 25, 2015