My first language is not English. May I take the test in my native language?
Testing Service also publishes the tests in French and Spanish. On January 1, 2004, the transcript
of candidates electing to be administered the GED Test in a language other than English will
reflect that the test was printed in that language. Those candidates may also elect to take the
GEDTS' English-as-a-Second Language (ESL) Test. Candidates achieving a standard score of not less
than four hundred (400) on the ESL Test will have demonstrated English reading proficiency according
to GEDTS' minimum score standards and this will be reflected on the Official Transcript of GED Tests