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General Educational Development Credential (GED)
Successful completion of the GED test qualifies an individual for a General Educational Development Diploma. A GED Diploma can be accepted by industry, government, licensing boards, technical colleges, colleges and universities and is equivalent to a high school diploma. The GED test consists of five-parts covering Language Arts Writing, Language Arts Reading, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics. A minimum standard score of 410 is necessary to pass each individual test, and an average standard score of 450 is required to pass the full battery. Therefore, you must earn higher than 410 on one or more tests in the battery to achieve the average standard score of 450 on the full battery. For more facts and information about the GED test, please visit the TCSG website at www.tcsg.edu/ged_faqs.php
The fee, in Georgia, for the GED test is $32 for each sub-test or $160 for the entire battery of tests. Scholarships may be available to eligible students who are enrolled in a GED program and meet minimum requirements.
Ogeechee Technical College will begin offering computer-based GED (CBT) testing July of 2012. A debit or credit card is required to register for computer-based GED testing. If you fail to test on the day for which you have scheduled a CBT, you will forfeit your registration fees. Ogeechee Technical College is unable to reschedule your test or provide you with a refund. To register for the CBT, go to www.GEDcomputer.com or call (877) EXAM-GED Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., CST. For registration information and step-by-step guide please click here.
2013 GED Testing Schedule
Test Date | Time of Test
July 15-16 | 12:30-5:30 p.m.