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Computer Based GED Testing

Computer Based GED Testing

Stephen F. Austin State University offers the 2014 GED® test series Monday – Friday. Candidates must bring a valid government issued photo ID with signature for admission on test day. The 2014 GED® test consist of 4 parts, Science, Math, Social Studies, and Language Arts:; the minimum passing score set by GED Testing Service is an average of 450 (410 minimum on any given subject) or higher on each content area test for a total standard score of 2250 or higher.

Computer vs. Paper and Pencil
 
  Pencil and Paper GED® Computer GED®
Scheduling your test
Call or visit testing center
during business hours
Register and schedule online, 24/7
Test pace
Wait on the group to finish
before moving to next section
Finish one section and move
on without waiting for others
The essay
Handwritten Typed
Score results
May take several weeks Instant results (unofficial)
Test availability
Once a month Daily, Monday - Friday

 

Cost
First-time cost of exam $135.00 for all 4 sections or $33.75 per section

Retest
The 2nd and 3rd retest is $13.75 per section if taken within 12 months. Retests after that are $33.75 with a 60 day waiting period

Location
Stephen F. Austin State University, (SFASU) campus, Thomas J. Rusk Building, Room 328

To get registered
Register and schedule for testing online 24/7 at www.GEDcomputer.com or by calling the Pearson VUE call center at 1-877-EXAM-GED (392-6433)

 

*Just follow these 4 easy steps and you will be on your way to earning your GED.


Step 1: Create Your Account

 

Step 2: Complete Registration Questions

 

Step 3: Provide Additional Documentation (if necessary)

 

Step 4: Schedule Your Test


Accommodations

Register for accommodations with the GEDTS (GED® Testing Service) by email at www.ged.com


Prohibited items in the testing room

*You are not permitted to bring personal items into the testing room:


Items Permitted in the testing room


MyGED™ is a start-to-finish tool that gives students everything they need to prepare for the GED test, perform well on the test, and progress to good jobs with good wages after the test.

Begin today by going to GED.com to:

 

Helpful Sites
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