Think you might be ready to pass the GED high school equivalency test? Want to make sure? The GED Testing Service is offering the GED Ready official practice test on sale through Feb. 28th. These are inexpensive to start with so 2 for 1 is a very small investment. Although the actual test must be taken in person at an official testing site, the practice test may be taken online from any PC. Visit ged.com for details.
There are still a few vacant testing slots for our February GED testing dates (tomorrow and Wednesday, Feb. 20th-21st). Test scheduling is available at ged.com through midnight before test dates.
The GED test consists of four test modules (Math, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts). You do not have to take all four parts at the same time.
When setting up your candidate account at ged.com, be sure to type your first and last name, middle initial, suffix (Jr., Sr., II, III, etc.), and date of birth EXACTLY as it is given on your valid, government-issued photo ID. When you arrive at the test center for any scheduled tests, you must present your photo ID and this information must match your test-taker account.
Remember, don't create multiple ged.com accounts. If you have trouble getting into your existing account, phone the GEDTS Call Center at 1-877-392-6433 for assistance.