Effective January 6, 2016, the minimum passing score for high school equivalency has changed from 150 to 145 on all GED subject area tests. As a result, tests taken since January 2014 in the score range from 145 to 149 are now passing. By early February, the state will award and email high school equivalency credentials to those who have passed all four tests.
Along with the GED Testing Service, we wish you success in earning your Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency. We look forward to serving you and meeting your GED testing needs. It is the goal of our test center staff to provide you with the best testing experience possible.
What is MyGED™?
MyGED™ is your start-to-finish tool for the 2014 GED® program. Flexible, convenient and the support you need before and after the GED® test. Built with you in mind, MyGED™ helps you take control of your life and future. Register today and test. Get started now at www.GED.com.
Please Note: The GED® is offered in English and Spanish and delivered on computer at an Official GED® Testing Center (not online).
What is the 2014 GED® test like?
The GED® test has been updated to make sure it measures what graduating high school seniors know what colleges and employers will expect of you.The four part GED Computer-based test (CBT) series is offered in English and Spanish.
Four (4) parts:
- Social Studies
- Reasoning Through Language Arts
- Mathematical Reasoning
Paper-based testing is available for GEDTS pre-approved accommdations only.
GED Ready™ is the official practice test for the 2014 GED® test. Practice materials, including tutorials for using the computer-based system itself, is available at: http://marketplace.gedtestingservice.com. You may also access a free practice test.
The CBT user interface is designed so that someone with minimal computer experience is able to test on the computer. Basic keyboarding/typing skills are highly recommended for portions of the series that include an essay.