Links to information and resources to support finding GED Option Program Sites, relevant data, GED Testing Services and Testing Centers.
Students may take the GED and access scores through Pearson Vue GED Testing Service.
District, schools and program names are provided annually that maintain local GED Option Programs.
Contact the CCWD GED Testing Services for information on how and where to test and how to get transcripts and test scores.
Helpful information including a practice test designed to give educators an idea of the GED test by computer mode of assessment. There are also content area specifications that describe the alignment of the new GED tests to the Common Core Standards and performance level expectations.
A student may continue working on print-based GED tests as long as a new test series has not been implemented. Students who have started working toward a GED will have until December 2013 to complete a GED Certificate.
Students attending a GED Option Program may receive high school credit for the work that demonstrates proficiency in academic standards and course expectations. According to the Cohort Graduation Report Media File, in 2010-11, 2,387 Oregon students, age 16-18, were reported in cohort graduation rates as having completed their GED.