High School Equivalency
A high school diploma remains the primary ticket to many entry-level jobs, and is also a prerequisite for promotions, occupational training, and postsecondary education. GED Testing Service offers the only nationally recognized opportunity to earn a high school-equivalency credential.
The GED® test has been used since 1942 to assess knowledge typically developed in a four-year high school education program. The 2014 GED® test consists of four (4) tests designed to measure high school level of military personnel who are not high school graduates.
Who Can Take a GED®?
The computer-based 2014 GED® Test is available at authorized Pearson VUE Test Centers worldwide.
Service members and overseas/stateside U.S. military family members, logistically supported U.S. Citizens and their family members, and all other overseas personnel refer to the GED Guide to learn about Funding Eligibility and additional requirements for DANTES candidates.
Who are DANTES candidates:
- Active Duty, Guard and Reserve components
- U.S. Military family members
- Logistically supported U.S. Citizens, and their family members
Study Guides and Support Materials
The Official GED Practice Test is no longer required for military examinees. However, all test-takers are strongly encouraged to take the practice test and utilize the GED Testing Service® test preparation resources, which are aligned to potential outcomes on the 2014 GED® Test.
The GED Ready™ is the Official Practice Test to provide potential test-takers the best information about their readiness for taking the 2014 GED® Test. The GED Ready™ is available in computer-based format, and can be purchased through the MyGED™ student account. Individuals may also choose to work with local adult education programs.
GED Testing Service also makes free preparation resources available, such as, sample test questions and the quarter length practice test.
Visit GED Testing Service at GED.com to establish a MyGED™ student account. MyGED is the test-takers tool for 2014 GED Test Center locations, test preparation, registration, scheduling, score reporting, and for career and college information after testing.