GED TESTING SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE
for Union County Residents
Students can take the 2014 computer based GED test at the EOU Testing Center in 112 Zabel Hall. Registration, scheduling, and payment for the exams takes place on-line at www.GEDcomputer.com.
The new test series is the 2014 Series GED® Test. There are a total of four exams that must be passed before you can earn your GED certificate.
The cost for each of the 4 subject exams is $38; a total of $152 for the full battery of tests. Scholarships are available. For more information please call and make an appointment with the Continuing Education Coordinator at 541-962-3076 or email email@example.com.
The GED® test will be about 7 ¼ 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
The 2014 GED test represents its biggest overhaul in more than 70 years. GED Testing Service spent five years revamping it.
The new test will align with current high school standards, including grade 12 standards, and career- and college-readiness expectations. It has four content areas: mathematical reasoning, reasoning through language arts (RLA), science, and social studies.
The 7¼-hour test will be delivered on the computer to provide a consistent testing experience nationwide and improved testing rates. However, paper testing will be available as an accommodation for those with approved, diagnosed disabilities.
The test includes seven different answer types:
• drag and drop
• drop down
• extended response
• fill in the blank
• hot spot
• multiple choice
• short answer
Students will have three opportunities to test per year.
Students will receive same-day scoring on all four parts, including the new score report for reporting and remediation. They will receive one of two score levels:
• GED Passing Score: at or higher than the minimum needed to demonstrate high school equivalency-level skills and abilities;
• GED Passing Score with Honors: at or higher than the minimum needed to demonstrate career- and college-readiness.
Students will be assessed a $152 fee for the complete test, or $38 per section.
Students are allowed 2 retakes at only $10 per section in 2014!!!
Scholarship funds provided by Soroptimist International of Union County, and Eastern Oregon Employers Council of Union County.