GED (NEW Online Procedure)
The specific purpose of the General Educational Development (GED) Tests is
the measurement of the educational development of adults who have not completed their formal high school education. Adults may earn a High School Equivalency Certificate and thus qualify for admission to colleges or other educational institutions, meet educational requirements for employment or promotion, satisfy educational qualifications for induction into the armed services, fulfill requirements of local or state licensing boards, or gain personal satisfaction.
IMPORTANT: Testing on the 2002 Series GED Test is no longer available. If you did not pass all 5 tests on or before Tuesday, December 31, 2013, you must start over with the new GED 2014 Test Program. To begin, you must create a new account at www.GED.com.
Basic Information about the 2014 GED® Tests:
An individual is eligible to take the GED Test given they meet all of the following conditions:
Note: *If an individual is 17 years old and has been enrolled in a public, private, or a home school setting in the last 12 months, they must present a withdrawal letter from the last school enrolled in before taking the GED tests. Proof of withdrawal can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed at 309-734-2452.
2. Registering for the GED
Registering for the GED Test You can register online to take the GED Test at www.ged.com. Although registration is done online, the tests will actually be administered on computer at an official GED testing site that you select during registration. All testing fees must be paid at the time of scheduling.
For more information regarding registration, download the "2013 How to Register Guide" or contact ROE #33 at 309-734-6822.
The cost to take the GED tests is $30 per test module. A total of 4 test modules comprise the GED Test. Test fees must be paid at the time of registration.
An additional fee will be required by the Regional Office of Education for the county of residence in order to obtain an Illinois High School Equivalency Certificate ($10) and/or an official transcript of GED scores ($10) after successful completion of the GED tests and the Illinois Constitution test.
4. GED Test Subjects
The entire 4-module 2014 GED test will be about 8 1/4 hours long with the timing as follows:
A minimum score of 150 is required for each test module (600 overall) to obtain high school equivalency.
In addition to the four GED subject tests, Illinois residents are required to satisfactorily complete the high-school level Illinois State Constitution Exam or provide proof of completion. This test is pass/fail.
5. GED Transcripts and Certificates
To request your Illinois High School Equivalency Certificate and/or Official GED Transcript, you must contact the ROE #33 when you completed GED testing. (The fee to obtain a certificate is $10 and it is $10 for an official transcript.) If you have not yet taken the high school level Constitution Test, contact the ROE #33 for more information on where you can register to do so. Phone: 309-734-6822 Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
6. Constitution Tests
In order to earn an Illinois High School Equivalency Certificate, you must take and pass the Constitution test as required by Illinois Compiled Statutes - School Code (105 ILCS 5/27-3) in addition to passing the four parts of the GED test. There is no fee to take the Constitution Test and it may be taken at any time. Contact the ROE #33 at 309-734-6822 or email email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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