What is the GED?
The General Educational Development (GED) Certificate is a credential that is equal to a high school diploma.
Who can take the GED?
In California, persons who are 18 years of age or older may take the GED test.
What subjects are on the test?
The GED test covers five subjects: reading, writing, math, science, and social studies.
How much does it cost money to take the test?
It cost approximately $130 for all five tests.
Will I get a diploma?
Individuals who pass the exam are awarded a Certificate of General Educational Development.
How do I take the test?
The GED is administered by the American Council of Education through Departments of Education in individual states. You must go to an official test center.
Testing Location can be found here http://www.gedprograms.org/ace.html.
Success and Failure on the GED
Myths & Facts About the GED Test