Please click on the Test Schedule & Registration tab or call (757) 603-6532 for information on the WJCC GED® Test Schedule. 2014 GED® Test & ProgramCurrently we’re creating a new GED® assessment and test delivery system that fundamentally changes adult education. The GED® test is the only high school equivalency program recognized by all 50 U.S. states, District of Columbia, U.S. insular areas, and Canadian provinces and territories. Since 1942 more than 18 million adults have earned their GED® test credential. GED® alums contribute to every sector of the workforce. They are teachers, nurses, mechanics, lawyers, and have even included college presidents, governors, entrepreneurs, congressmen, and a U.S. surgeon general. Nearly 800,000 GED® tests are taken each year, and in 2010, more than 470,000 individuals were awarded their high school credential through the GED® testing program. The GED® Testing Service has built a new test and also a new comprehensive program.
The 2014 GED® program ensures that an adult’s high school equivalency credential signifies he or she has the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the 21st Century marketplace.
Beginning January, 2014, the new GED® Test will be an ONLINE computer based format and will increase in cost to $120. If you have already started taking the 2002 version of the test, you must have passed all of the five subject areas by December 31, 2013. Check out these websites for more information on the 2014 GED® Test or attend one of our GED/Adult Education classes. http://www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/test-taker-home http://www.gedtestingservice.com/educators/2014test
Beginning January 2, 2014, there will be a new GED® Test. The current 2002 version of the test is expiring at the end of 2013 and your scores will too if you do not complete all five parts of the test.