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About the GED® 
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The Virginia Race to GED initiative, developed by former Governor Mark Warner, is designed to encourage individuals lacking a high school credential to return to earn a GED certificate.

The test is a battery of four comprehensive examinations in Reasoning Through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies.  Upon successful completion, a GED Certificate is awarded.

Benefits
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High school graduates and GED completers can earn an average of $7,000 more each year.

Individuals with a GED can:

  • Obtain employment or advance in their current position.
  • Enter a postsecondary education institution or technical/training program.
  • Prepare for future trends in which approximately 70% of all jobs will require some type of technical training or certificate.

Learn about GED success stories...read more



 
Frequently Asked Questions
 

What is the minimum score required to pass the GED Test?

A minimum standard score of 150 is required on each test section.

How long does it take to receive my test results?

Test takers will have same-day access to their test results.

What are my options if I don't pass the test?

If a passing score is not received, individuals may test three time per year in each content area. Traditional classroom and distance learning GED Preparation courses are also available to assist you with your studies. For information regarding course offerings, please visit the Adult Education GED Preparation site.

How can I register for the test?

Individuals can begin the registration process by visiting the GED Testing Service Web site.


About the Race to GED | GED Test Registration | Success Stories
Preparation Courses | Official GED Practice Test | National External Diploma Program

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Updated January 6, 2014 by S. Swinton

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