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GED Prep Classes and GED Testing


All GED/HSE students must be 18 or older as of July 1, 2017.  FREE GED testing for eligible students.  Registration will be ongoing throughout the year.

Pre-GED classes are designed for students who need extra help in reading and math before taking a GED Prep class.
GED Prep classes are designed for students who need a refresher course and will be ready to enter the GED testing process.

Test-takers must be 18 years of age and not currently enrolled in a regular high school or at least 16/17 with proper documentation.
1. Test-takers must have driver’s license, passport, military papers or other form of official government (national or foreign) ID that shows name, birth date, signature, and photograph.
2. No certificates will be issued until test-taker is 18 and high school class has graduated, unless the individual has graduated from the Michigan Youth Challenge Program and is 16 years of age.

What is on the test and how will it be scored? 
The test consists of four modules: language arts, mathematical reasoning, science, and social studies. The modules will have a score range of 100 to 200. A passing score is 145 or better. You can earn three score levels on your test: GED Passing Score (145-164), GED College Ready (165-174), and GED College Ready and Credit (175-200).
What if I have tested in 2013 (or earlier) and did not pass
The scores from the old test are not compatible with the current test; old scores cannot be
What is the cost for the GED test
The cost for the test is $37.50 per module. The cost to take the total test is $150.00. Testers must pay by credit or debit cards. Testers must register and pay online ( Testing is done only at a GED Test facility.

Site updated on December 12, 2017