Testing Center

GED (College-Level Examination Program) Test: Computer-based

Testing Center Update 

St. Cloud State University is in the process of relocating our testing center and anticipate the move to be completed by Summer 2021.  We are preparing a safe testing environment that complies with current COVID-19 protocols.

Our new site is located a few blocks from SCSU’ s main campus, is easily accessible and has ample free parking. Additional details will be posted here in the coming weeks.

Testing companies are not currently scheduling exams at our site. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience but please know testing services will be resumed as soon as possible.

GED Testing Service (www.GEDtestingservice.com) is a joint venture between Pearson and the American Council on Education (ACE).

GED Testing Service provides opportunities to transform lives, support families and build stronger communities. We offer any adult who wants it with the opportunity to earn a high school equivalency credential, be prepared for a better job, support their families, and realize their dreams for a better life.

The GED® test is used by all 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, U.S. insular areas, and Canadian provinces and territories, to award high school equivalency credentials. Since 1942 more than 18 million adults have earned their GED® test credential.

The GED Test has four subjects: Math, Science, Social Studies, and Reasoning Through Language Arts. Each test is a different length.

Fees and Registration

Fees and registration information can be found on-line at the following web site: https://ged.com/about-the-test

Test Preparation

Create an account and you can purchase GED study materials and take a practice test. Access information on the test, step-by-step guidance, and tips for after you graduate. 

GED Web Site