The Alabama State GED Testing Program of the Alabama Community College System coordinates the administration of the GED Test at the Official GED Test Centers throughout the state. The GED Test is delivered on computer (not online) and is administered ONLY at official GED Testing Centers. Click here to register for the GED Test.
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Alabama accepts GEDTS recommendations to move the passing score from 150 to 145. The new scores and performance levels are as follows:
If you have tested from January 1, 2014 to present and have earned a 145 or better on each subject of the GED test, you are now a graduate. Check your email (and spam folder) for a message from MyGED with more information about your credentials. For more information, see GED Score Change FAQ or the January 25, 2016, News Release – ACCS Announces Changes In Calculating Passing Scores For The GED Test
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