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The GED (General Educational Development) is a test that allows individuals who have not graduated from high school to obtain an equivalency diploma. The test is widely accepted by colleges and universities throughout the United States as an alternative to a high school diploma. The GED® has been developed by GED® Testing Service, a program of the American Council on Education.
How to Register
If you are a Florida resident, you are eligible to take the GED® test if you meet certain requirements. These requirements may differ in other states.
To be eligible, you must be 18 years of age or older. If you are a younger adult, you may be granted an age waiver.
You can call the Florida GED® Hotline at 1-877-352-4331 (in FL) or (850) 488-6622 (outside FL) to find out more about this waiver.
Additionally, you must not be currently enrolled in an accredited high school and must not have already received a high school equivalency diploma.
You can find out more about the tests, register for a free account, and schedule your tests at the GED website
When you're ready to take the GED® test, you can schedule it online at an official GED® test center or take it through online proctoring. Online proctoring allows you to take the test from the comfort of your own home or another secure location, with a proctor monitoring you through a camera and microphone. Note that not all states offer online proctoring, so be sure to check if it's available in your area.
The GED exam is administered only on a computer at an official testing center and is 7½-hours long.
What's Covered on Exam
The GED reflects Common Core standards.
you can take the sections of the GED® test in any order you choose. You can even take the test one module at a time, on different days, or all at the same time. However, we advise against taking all four modules of the test on the same day, as it can be a long test.
There are three different versions of the GED® test to ensure that you will not encounter the same questions twice. However, if you do not pass a version, you can re-test on the same version after a waiting period of sixty days.
In order to be eligible for a high school equivalency credential, test-takers must score at least 150 on each of the four content modules (Reasoning Through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies). The score for each module ranges from 100 to 200, with 150 being the passing score. It's important to note that the score required to pass is the same for all test-takers, regardless of where they take the exam.
The GED® with Honors is a certification that indicates readiness for career and college. To receive the GED® with Honors, test-takers must score 170 or higher on each of the four content areas of the exam. The score range for each module is still from 100 to 200, with 170 being the minimum score required for this certification.
The Sapneil Difference
When you select Sapneil Tutoring for your student's test preparation, you get
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an e-learning platform
supplementary assistance as per your requirements
This way, you can rest assured that your student will receive the best possible test preparation.