If you plan on utilizing the testing center on Saturdays* or after 6 p.m. on weeknights, testing fees must be paid by credit card, money order or check. Note: Saturday testing is available only in D-108 on the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus.
The GED exam determines whether your skills match those of a typical high school graduate. Skills are assessed in:
The GED exam is made up of five subtests:
You can use online resources to get accustomed to the exam's format and structure, and you can prepare for the GED exam online.
To take the GED exam, you must:
If you pass all five subtests, you will earn a high school equivalency diploma from the Florida Department of Education.
Due to statewide changes, the paper-based GED test will no longer be offered. Students who did not finish the paper-based test in 2013 will need to retake the entire five-part examination on-line.
Seminole State can help you prepare for the test with year-round GED test-prep classes. For a complete schedule of classes, please visit the Adult Education website.