GED Testing Registration
GED Test Registration Guidelines
DuPage County residents who do not have a U.S. high school diploma can take the GED Tests.
An individual is eligible to take the GED Tests given they meet all of the following conditions:
- is 17 years of age or older*
- does not have a high school diploma or GED credential
- is a resident of the State of Illinois.
Note: *If an individual is 17 years old and has been enrolled in a public, private, or a home school setting in the last 12 months, they must present a withdrawal letter from the last school enrolled in before taking the GED tests. Proof of withdrawal can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to (217) 558-6700.
Registering for the GED Test
You can register online to take the GED Test at
www.ged.com. Although registration is done online, the tests will actually be administered on computer at the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Carol Stream, Naperville or Westmont. All testing fees must be paid at the time of scheduling.
For more information regarding registration, download the "2014 How To Register Guide" or contact Pearson VUE at (877) 392-6433.
Cost of the Test
The cost to take the GED tests is $30 per test module. A total of 4 test modules comprise the GED Tests. Test fees must be paid at the time of registration.
GED Subject Tests
The entire 4-module 2014 GED Tests will be about 7 1/4 hours long with the timing as follows:
- Reasoning through Language Arts is 150 minutes (including a 10-minute break)
- Mathematical Reasoning is 90 minutes
- Science is 90 minutes
- Social Studies is 90 minutes
A minimum score of 150 is required for each test module (600 overall) to obtain high school equivalency.
In addition to the four GED subject tests, Illinois residents are required to satisfactorily complete the high-school level Illinois State Constitution Exam or provide proof of completion. This test is pass/fail.
GED Transcripts and Certificates
To request your Illinois High School Equivalency Certificate and/or Official GED Transcript, you must contact the Regional Office of Education (ROE)* for the county that you lived in when you completed GED testing.
To locate contact information for your Regional Office of Education*, visit the ROE locator at http://iccbdbsrv.iccb.org/roesearch/home.cfm or call the ICCB at (217) 558-5668.
*Cook County residents should contact the Cook County GED Testing Program at (847) 328-9795 or by email at email@example.com.
Not all individuals can be fairly tested under standard conditions. If you have a documented learning, physical or emotional disability, you may qualify for accommodations for a GED test administration. If approved, accommodations are provided at no additional charge.
For information on how to request accommodations for the 2014 GED tests, visit www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/computer-accommodations or email:
Accommodation forms and supporting documentation can be faxed directly to GED Testing Service at Fax: (202) 464-4894.
Academic Testing Center, Glen Ellyn - Main Campus Specialized Testing Center, Glen Ellyn - Main Campus
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2405, (630) 942-2400
Fax: (630) 942-3724
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2407, (630) 942-2400
Fax: (630) 942-3724
Academic Testing Center, Glen Ellyn - Main Campus
Specialized Testing Center, Glen Ellyn - Main Campus
College of DuPage
425 Fawell Blvd., Glen Ellyn IL
60137 (630) 942-2800
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