Sunday, July 22, 2012

How to Register for the GED

GED TESTING: HOW TO REGISTER The GED® Tests can be administered to any person who has lived in New York State for at least thirty (30) days prior to the test date AND  Has not graduated from an accredited high school in the United States or its territories; AND  Has not received a high school equivalency certificate or diploma in the United States or its territories; AND  Is not currently enrolled in a regular high school program of instruction leading to a high school diploma; AND  Has not previously earned scores on the GED® Tests sufficient to qualify for a high school equivalency diploma/certificate. To register for the GED you need to fill out an application and prove your identity with a valid driver's license or another form of acceptable identification. NYSED's main site provides both downloadable applications and detailed identification policies. You must select two testing dates at least eight weeks in advance. Mail in your application or hand-deliver it to a local testing facility. There are several test sites across the state, also accessible through the NYSED's site. You will receive an admissions notice with specific test information in the mail shortly after. Bring this notice with you on test day along with your ID. You should bring lots of scratch paper and extra pencils. APPLICATIONS: TESTING SITES & SCHEDULES: For more information on registering and eligibility requirements, please reference:

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