GED® information

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Taking your GED

The GED Test measures your "General Educational Development". This test covers four separate subjects, including reasoning through language arts, science, social studies, and mathematical reasoning. It is a measurement of your problem solving and critical thinking skills. When you pass all four tests, you receive a credential certifying that your educational understanding is the same or better than a high school graduate.

Cost of the GED Test: $120

The total cost to take the "Full Battery" of tests, meaning all five subjects is $120 ($30 per test). Retests are $30 per subject. Scholarships are available for students who participate in our classes.

Registering for a Test

  • Go to GED.com and create an account.
  • Sign into your account to register
  • Find a testing center near you.

In our area they are:

Bristol Public Library (same room as our classroom)

Higher Ed Center (check-in room 246)

Galax Crossroads (same room as our classroom)

If you are enrolled in one of our classes, your instructor will walk you through this process.

Transcripts

Go to www.ged.com and click on request transcript. You will have already created your account when you registered for the test.


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Mount Rogers Regional Adult Education Program

One Partnership Circle, Abingdon VA 24210

276-619-4396 or 1-800-322-7748

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