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In-person GED® testing has resumed at CBC! Online proctoring is still available for this assessment.
Follow the instructions below under "How do I schedule my testing appointment?" to
schedule your online or in-person exam today!
If you're planning to test on campus, please visit our COVID-19 Information webpage for updated information about safety measures and additional requirements for campus
The Assessment Center is excited to deliver the convenient, computer-based 2014 GED® assessment in both English and Spanish!
The GED® test is made up of four subjects: mathematical reasoning, reasoning through language
arts, social studies and science. You don’t have to take all four tests at once, but
once you pass all four, you’ll earn your high school equivalency diploma.
The CBC Assessment Center is an official GED® test center.
All candidates are required to produce a valid, unexpired, original photo identification
at check-in. The Assessment Center is not permitted to test candidates without acceptable
identification. For a full list of approved forms of ID, visit the GED® website.
The total time allotted for all four sections is seven hours and five minutes, but
you do not have to sit for the entire test at once. The language arts and writing
section is broken down into two sections; the first is 75 minutes, the second is 45
minutes. The math section is divided into two 45-minute sections. The social studies
section has 70 minutes allotted and 80 minutes are allowed to complete the science
Test results are available within one day of completing your test. You will receive
an email when your results are available. The GED® test has a scaled passing score of 150 for each test. To earn your high school equivalency,
you need to receive a scaled score of 150 or higher on each of the four tests. Students
scoring 170 or higher pass with honors.