General Education Development Test (GED)
The Tests of General Educational Development (GED Tests) are developed by the American Council on Education to enable persons who have not graduated from high school to demonstrate the attainment of developed abilities normally acquired through completion of a high school program of study.
GED testing is available in the Charles Douglas Whitlock Building (enter room 347). Anyone interested in completing their GED will first need to contact the Office of Adult Education at 859-622-8065 (Perkins Building, room 302) for information concerning the study center and pretesting. After pretesting, please work with the Office of Adult Education to choose a date below and register for the GED test.
|Thursday, March 27, 2014||12:30 p.m.|
|Thursday, April 17, 2014||8:30 a.m.|
|Friday, April 25, 2014||8:30 a.m.|
|Wednesday, May 14, 2014||12:30 p.m.|
|Thursday, May 22, 2014||12:30 p.m.|
|Friday, June 6, 2014||8:30 a.m.|
|Friday, June 13, 2014||8:30 a.m.|
Please arrive at the test center 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment. This will allow you enough time to complete the check-in procedures before beginning your exam. You will be required to show one valid form of personal identification. The ID must be government issued and non-expired. It must also include your name, address, date of birth, signature, and photograph. GED Testing Service accepts the following primary forms of ID:
- Driver's license
- Learner's permit
- National/state/country identification card
- Any other form of government-issued ID (national or foreign), including Matricula Consular
Students can provide more than one form of identification to meet the requirements above.
If you arrive more than 15 minutes after your appointment time and are refused admission, the exam and delivery fees are not refundable.
You must also bring your GED test admission ticket which you will receive from the Office of Adult Education.
You will be photographed upon admittance to testing to ensure test security.
You will not be allowed to take any personal items with you into the testing room. This includes all bags, books not authorized by the testing program, notes, cell phones, pagers, watches, and wallets. Lockers are available in the testing office.