Where can I take my GED test in Alabama?

Where can I take my GED test in Alabama?

GED test centers in Alabama

  • Alexander City. Central Alabama Comm.
  • Anniston. Gadsden State Comm.
  • Atmore. Coastal Alabama Comm.
  • Auburn. Auburn University | 112 S College St | 232 Biggin Hall | Auburn | AL 36849 | 334.844.7936.
  • Bay Minette. Coastal Alabama Comm.
  • Birmingham. Jefferson State Comm.
  • Boaz.
  • Brewton.

What is required to get a GED in Alabama?

Students age 17 must be an Alabama resident, must have a completed a Student Exit Interview and have a notarized letter from a parent or legal guardian that grants permission to take the GED test. You must physically turn in the documentation at one of our test sites before testing.

How much does it cost to take the GED test online?

Most states charge $30 per subject if the GED test is taken at a GED Test Center and $36 if a student takes a GED Test online.

Can I take the GED test without taking classes?

GED applicants don’t need to attend a prep course first or take the GED Ready practice test. However, a school district may require underage students (16 and 17 years old) to demonstrate sufficient GED readiness through a practice test.

How much does it cost to take a GED test in Alabama?

GED Testing Service waives its $20 testing fee, however additional testing fees may still apply in your state. In Alabama, there is a $10 test center fee for test retakes. The Online Proctored Exam costs $36 for a retake in Alabama.

How to schedule a GED test at home?

To schedule: 1 Simply log into your GED ® account. 2 Choose which test subjects you’ll be taking. 3 Select a day and time at an official GED ® test center near you. 4 Pay for the test online using a credit or debit card.

How old do you have to be to take a GED test in Arkansas?

However, if you are 16 or 17, you can take the GED test if you meet the requirements spelled out in the Adult Education Attendance and Enrollment Policies. You can find out more by contacting the state GED testing office at 501-682-1980 or [email protected]

Do you have to memorize formulas for GED?

You don’t have to memorize formulas and will be given a formula sheet in the test center as well as on the screen in the test. Essential Education offers a free practice test for math that will help you assess your readiness for the test. GED Academy gives you all the math you need to study at one affordable price.

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