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General Education Development

What Adult Education Programs Need to Know

​GED® Online Proctored (OP) Test

Click HERE for information and additional resources related to online student eligibility, testing considerations, and policies. Note: Test-takers must be at least 18 years old to take the GED® online.

  • The same GED® test series that is administered via CBT at test centers are used in Online Proctored delivery, with different test forms being administered.

  • It is important to note that, regardless of the delivery method, GEDTS provides the same test preparation, support, and scoring materials to test-takers.

GED Policies

Find out about your local testing center's rules and requirements. Access to state requirements, price and payment, and registration and scheduling for GED® testing. | Website

​Professional Development

Professional Learning Resources
  • GED® Direct - Adult Education Providers can purchase GED® Ready practice tests, through the GED® Direct™ eCommerce feature within GED® Manager and directly assign these tests to your students. Learn More

    • The GED® Direct™ feature within GED® Manager allows you to do this without voucher codes. You no longer need to extend expiration dates or keep track of details in a spreadsheet. Instead, you can now assign GED® Ready practice tests or GED® tests to your students’ accounts and easily track usage via the reporting functionality in GED® Manager.

  • Official GED® App - A prototype of the app will be shared at the GED® Conference in July. Beta testing of the app for select audiences will take place with a full commercial launch in early 2024. | Learn More

  • Adult Ed Flipbook - GED Testing Service has compiled a flipbook of GED® products, programs, and services that give Adult Educators the tools to support their learners. | Learn More

GED® Day
Tuesdays for Teachers 
(GED Webinar Series)
Getting a GED® in Connecticut
GED® Test Subject Specifications
GED® Transcript Request
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