The GED® test determines whether your skills match those of a typical high school graduate. Skills are assessed in:
- Language Arts (150 minutes)
- Mathematics (115 minutes)
- Social Studies (90 minutes)
- Science (90 minutes)
Requirements for taking the GED® Test
To take the GED® test, you must:
- Be at least 18 years old.
- Present a valid government-issued and non-expired identification. The ID must include examinee's name, address, date of birth, signature and photograph.
- Pay for your GED® test at the time of your GED® test online registration, when it is due.
- Pay a fee of $128 for the full computer-based test, or $32 for each sub-test.*
*Prices are subject to change without notice.
If you pass all subtests, you will earn a high school equivalency diploma from the Florida Department of Education.
Computer-based GED® Test
Due to statewide changes, the paper-based GED® test is no longer offered. Students who did not finish the paper-based test in 2013 or before will need to retake the entire GED® test online. You can use the online resources to become familiar with the online test format and prepare for the GED® test online.
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.
Register for the GED® Exam
Students who wish to take the GED® test must register on the GED® Testing Services registration website.
The GED® testing fee for the full computer-based exam is $128, and the price is $32 for each sub-test.
Note: Prices are subject to change without notice.
Accommodations are available for students with documented disabilities. You must submit your request for accommodations at the time of your online registration with the GED Testing Service®.
*GED® is a registered trademark of the American Council on Education (ACE) and administered exclusively by GED Testing Service LLC under license. This material [or content] is not endorsed or approved by ACE or GED Testing Service.
Frequently Asked Questions
Visit the GED® Test Frequently Asked Questions webpage for additional GED® Test information.