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WHAT ARE THE GED TESTING REQUIREMENTS?

*GED requirements vary from state to state.  Contact your local test center for more information.*



Most state policy's require that students who are 16-18 years of age attend classes and

demonstrate, by taking the GED Official Practice Test (OPT), their ability to pass the GED Test.

· Those who are 16 years of age will have additional requirements before they can enroll in an Adult

Education program. The Adult Education Program Supervisor or High School Guidance Counselor in your

area will assist the participant in qualifying for an adult education program.

· Those who are 17-18 years old are required to enroll in the Adult Education program in their area.

· Those who are 19 years of age can contact the Adult Education program in their area to be scheduled to

take the GED test without the necessity of enrolling in Adult Education classes.