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Who Can Take the GED Test?

Contact Us
GED Testing

Toll Free 1.866.900.2311
Fax 360.442.2359
Admissions Center, Rm. 154
see Campus Map
Office Hours
M-F 8 am - 5 pm
General Testing Hours
8 am - 5 pm
No testing on Fridays

Are you eligible to test?

A person may take the GED if she/he has not graduated from an accredited high school, has not received a high school equivalency diploma and is not currently enrolled in an accredited high school. A person must terminate her/his enrollment at the high school and not be currently enrolled in any high school course work before taking a GED test.

An examinee must have a residence in Washington State and provide valid current government issued identification at the time of testing. If a tester cannot provide identification, they will not be allowed to test.

Testers age 16 - 18

Testers age 16-18 are required to turn in a Request for Approval to Test form.

Home school testers

Home school testers require a Notarized Statement/Letter for Home School Students.

Accommodation for disability

Special testing accommodations are available for people with disabilities. Please note that accommodations may take at least one month to process. Contact the Testing Office or see GED Testing Service/Accommodations.

Other language speakers

Spanish practice tests are available at GED.com and testers can opt to take their 2014 GED exam in Spanish when they schedule at GED.com.