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Workforce Education

Who can take the GED?

The eligibility requirements for GED testing include:

  • Not graduated from an accredited high school or received a high school equivalency certificate or diploma.
  • Not enrolled in a regular high school.
  • Be at least 16 years of age.
  • If you are under 18, you must obtain an Approval to Test from the last high school attended (Exit Interview Form) or letter from the home schooled district in order to take GED test. A notarized letter from either parent stating they give permission for you to take the test must also be turned in.

Preparation

You may want to consider getting ready for the tests by taking some preparatory GED classes such as those offered at Central Alabama Community College.

Please contact Mrs. Phyllis Kelley at 256-378-2017.

Fees and Registration

Each portion of the four-part test costs $30 for a total of $120. If you miss your appointment, the required advance-registration fee is not refundable. Advance registration, payment and scheduling is required.

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