Visit ged.com to create an account, and:
- Review online study materials
- Take GED® practice tests
- Schedule and pay for your GED® tests
- Review Score reports
- Request Transcripts
- Research information on GED® testing and studying
You can study one subject at a time, and take one GED® test at a time. Try the GED Ready™ the official practice test, to see if you’re ready to take the official GED® test – the best predictor of your likely success. Most people who pass the GED® test spend 30-60 days to study and complete all four tests.
When you’re ready, go to www.GED.com to schedule your test. You can schedule one test at a time or more tests at a time. Note: Davis Tech cannot schedule these tests, you must go directly through the GED® website.
Government-issued photo ID is required at the time of testing.
Assessment Center Hours
|OPEN||CLOSE||LAST TESTER ADMITTED *|
|Monday||7:45 am||7:00 pm||4:30 pm|
|Tuesday||7:45 am||9:00 pm||6:00 pm|
|Wednesday||7:45 am||7:00 pm||4:30 pm|
|Thursday||7:45 am||7:00 pm||4:30 pm|
|Friday **||7:45 am||4:30 pm||2:00 pm|
* For certain tests, the 'Last Student Admitted' time will be earlier. Please check with the Assessment Center.
** Note: Friday testing is reserved for new students (admissions) or current Davis Tech students.
|NOTE: Assessment Center closed on public holidays|
What topics are on the test?
Each subject tests your skills and knowledge in different topics.
- Math - Quantitative & algebraic problem solving
- Science - Life science, physical science, earth and space science
- Social Studies - Civics and government, U.S. history, economics, geography and the world
- Reasoning Through Language Arts - Ability to read closely, write clearly, and edit and understand written text
How long with it take?
Each test is a different length
- Math: 115 minutes
- Science: 90 minutes
- Social Studies: 70 minutes
- Reasoning Through Language Arts: 150 minutes
How much does it cost?
- Each subject costs $30 to test
- Pay for one subject at a time
- Retake your test at a discount rate if you don't pass first time
What types of questions are on the test?
The GED® test is made up of the following types of questions
- Multiple choice
- Drag and drop
- Hot spot (select an area)
- Fill in the blank
- Short answer
- Extended response
You can get more information here.
Scores The GED® scoring is as follows:
- Below 100-144
- Passing Score 145-164
- College‐Ready 165-174
- College‐Ready and higher 175-200
Scores are available within 24 hours of testing and can be accessed by logging into your GED® account.