Each state may impose its own GED eligibilty requirements, as well as testing fees. We have compiled a directory of state GED administration authorities for every state in the U.S. The GED testing administration is managed differently in each state, typically under one of the following departments/divisions: Department of Ed, Division of Adult Education, Board of Regents, Workforce Education, or Community College administration. Although their names may vary, one thing they do have in common is that they are the ultimate authority on GED policies and procedures.
The state GED requirements is the official guide that specifies how to get a General Education Development (GED) certificate for your specific state. Once you understand the specific requirements for your state, you can prepare for your GED by taking our free GED practice tests. Information is also available on more general GED requirements.
Select a state below to find your GED Eligibility Requirements:
The GED Tests are comprised of five separate content area tests (mathematics, social studies, science, language arts/reading, and language arts/writing). The test questions are multiple choice and one written essay. The GED Tests provide adults a way to demonstrate that they have high school level academic skills and knowledge. Test-Guide.com also provides more Free GED Practice Tests to help you pass your GED test.