Effective January 2016, the GED® Testing Service has lowered the score required to pass each GED® subject test This change is retroactive to January 1, 2014, so if you did not pass part of the test before, you should check to see if your status has changed.
You can get more information on this change in score requirements, and what it can mean for you, from the GED® Testing Service here: gedtestingservice.com/testers/tester-score-change-faqs
For students interested in GED Testing please follow these instructions.
What is the purpose of the GED® Test?
The GED® is a means for an individual who has not completed high school to demonstrate that he or she has the equivalent knowledge of one who has. Most colleges and universities will accept GED® score reports instead of high school transcripts, although policies differ depending upon the institution. Most employers also accept the GED®.