Who can take the GED Test?
Persons who live in Oklahoma
Persons who are not enrolled in
high school and who do not have a diploma
Persons who are 16 years of age
*Note: A person who is 16 or 17
years of age will need to have an approved Test
Agreement for 16-17-year-olds. This test
agreement form is available at the GED Testing
Centers and must be signed by a parent or guardian
and a school official of the school district.
How can a
person sign up to take the GED Test?
Apply in person at the GED
Testing Center located at 403 N Mission in
Tahlequah. A driver's license or a state or
government-issued ID is required. Individuals
with disabilities may apply for accommodations. Cost for GED test is $65 for the first try, $35 to repeat.
What does the GED Test
Test consists of five tests which measure
achievement in subject areas similar to a high
school program of study. The subject areas
Language Arts, Reading
Language Arts, Writing Part I
Language Arts, Writing Part II
What scores are needed to
pass the GED Test?
minimum of 410 is needed on each of the five tests
and an average score of 450 (2,250 total points).
Scores will be received in the mail about three
weeks after the test is taken. Persons who
pass the GED test will receive a GED High School
Diploma, along with scores. Examinees who do
not pass may apply to retest at GED Testing Center.
However, you may only test three times in a calendar
year, and there will be a charge for the retest.