What is the GED test like?
The GED® test has been updated to make sure it measures what graduating high school seniors know and what colleges and employers will expect of you. There are four (4) parts: Science (90 minutes), Social Studies (90 minutes), Reasoning Through Language Arts (150 minutes including a 10-minute break), and Mathematical Reasoning (90 minutes).
Where can I study?
Contact Sarah Quick, Aspire Director at 937.778.1980 Ext 501or email email@example.com Visit the Aspire page for more information or sign up for MyGED™ at www.GED.com and click on “Study” to find tools, free practice test questions, and GED Ready™: The Official Practice Test.
How do I register?
Simply sign up for MyGED™ at www.GED.com and you will receive information about local policies, how to request modified testing conditions (accommodations), or you will be able to schedule right then.
The Computer Based GED® testing process costs $120. Fortunately, there are $80 GED test vouchers available to first-time test takers.
To take advantage of this financial assistance, participants must contact a Career-Technical Planning District (such as Upper Valley Career Center) for career and educational guidance prior to scheduling and paying for the Computer Based GED® test.