High School Equivalency

Resources to help you earn a High School Equivalency Diploma

Obtaining a GED credential can help you get the job you want or attend the college that you are interested in. Learn how to pass your GED exams. Understand how to get a GED diploma.

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PMP Exam GED Information By State

GED Requirements, Testing Sites, Fees and more are governed by the local GED administrator.  Choose you state below to find out specific information about GED testing in your state.

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Getting a HiSET credential can help you attain your goals - whether it's attending the college of your choice or getting your dream job. Learn what is on the HiSET exam and take our free HiSET practice tests.  

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Doing well on your TABE test can help you attend the trade/technical school of your choice, obtain your GED, or get your dream job. Learn what is on the TABE exam and take our free TABE practice tests.  

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Maryland GEDThe General Educational Development (GED) Tests are a sequence of exams designed to determine whether a student has the educational skills of a standard high school graduate. The GED Tests are always given in person at one of the testing centers in Maryland (see list of MD GED testing sites at bottom of page).   People who have not received a high school diploma are candidates for the Maryland GED tests. 

Michigan GEDThe General Educational Development (GED) Exams are a collection of examinations designed to determine whether or not a student has the educational expertise of a typical high school graduate. The GED Examinations are always given out in person at one of the testing centers in Michigan (see list of MI GED testing facilities at bottom of page).   Individuals who have not acquired a high school diploma are candidates for the Michigan GED exams. 

The GED exam is short for General Educational Development and designed to show educational competency and mastery equivalent to a high school diploma. Each state has particular testing requirements that are met in order to take the equivalency exam. Some require an individual to be 18 years of age or older and most require a photo identification in order to enter the testing area and many will require GED transcripts request be made in writing.

GED officially stands for General Educational Development, but is commonly assumed to mean General Equivalency Diploma or General Education Diploma. It is a group of five subject based tests. Taking and passing the tests allows the American or Canadian candidate to be granted a GED credential, often referred to as a diploma, which is widely treated as equivalent to graduating from high school. Since the test is never given by mail or online, taking it requires going to one of the many GED Testing Sites.

GED RequirementsThe GED tests are intended to measure a students academic abilities in relation to a typical high school graduate.  Hundreds of thousands of test takers each year earn their GED credential to help them get a better job, go to college or improve their life. Each state, territory or province sets their own GED requirements as long as they meet the minimum set of requirements as specified by the GED Testing Service.