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GED® Testing is normally offered but is currently unavailable. This notice will be removed if GED® Testing is reinstated at TCC campuses.

The GED® credential is equivalent to a high school diploma and covers these 4 subject areas:

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

How do I study for the GED® test?

We offer High School Equivalency (HSE) courses to help you prepare for the GED® test through Community Education & Engagement: HSE Test Prep.

Where can I take the GED® test?

The GED® test 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® test on computer—both English & Spanish GED® tests are available:
    • Northwest Campus (map): Professional Certification Testing Center (WCTS 1148)
    • South Campus (map): Testing Center (SBUS 2131)
  • Receive your results immediately on all sections of the test—except for the essay portion.

How do I register?

You do not have to be enrolled in TCC to take the GED® test at one of our testing centers.

Go to GED® Test on Computer to schedule all 4 sections of the 2019 GED® test. 

How much does it cost?

The GED® test consists of 4 sections.

  • Each section: $36.25
  • Entire test: $145

You pay online at GED® Test on Computer when you schedule your test sections.

What if I want to retest?

Contact your original testing location for details.

Updated October 30, 2020