WHAT IS THE GED® TEST?
Florida adults who don't have a high school diploma can earn a high school equivalency credential by taking the GED® Test. The GED® exam is actually a battery of four sub-tests which can be administered only through Official GED® Testing Centers and cannot be taken online. The GED® test credential is recognized nationwide and is accepted by more than 95% of U.S. employers, colleges and universities.
The GED® features a variety of question types, including multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, short answer, and essay.
The four sub-tests are:
In 2016, the Florida State Board of Education approved a change to the score required to pass the GED® test to 145.
Take the Online GED® Test
The Online Proctored GED® Test was launched in May 2020 and is currently available in Florida. This testing option was created to help students continue testing while some test centers remain closed or have limited appointments due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit the official GED Testing Service website for more information, including eligibility, what's needed to take the online test, and more about how the test works.
For more information, see these Frequently Asked Questions(PDF).
New Release – GED Math Videos App
New Release – GED Math Videos Resource Page