Connecticut GED® Testing
How to Get a GED in CT
CT GED Test Prep Online
CT GED Practice Test
You’re in the right place to start your Connecticut GED®. Around 500,000 people will earn a GED this year, and you can be one of them! The first step is to get prepared. The GED is do-able, but you need the right preparation and practice.
Will You Promise to Earn Your Connecticut GED?
Be aware, the GED exam cannot be taken online, but you can study online. In the state of Connecticut, GED testing is handled by the Connecticut State Department of Education. The Connecticut GED exam can only be taken at a local official GED test center. Find Connecticut GED test centers.
GED Connecticut General Information
Connecticut GED Testing Info
Connecticut awards the Connecticut State High School Diploma to candidates who pass the CN GED exam.
The GED testing fee in Connecticut is $13 either to take or reapply, if you are 21 or older and not a veteran. If you are a veteran with at least 181 days of active duty, or if you are under 21, there is no fee. The GED test is available in English and Spanish in Connecticut and can be taken at any of the Connecticut Official GED Testing Centers. Be sure to check specific testing information with your local GED test center, since fees, schedules, test languages, and other requirements may vary.
To pass the GED test, you will need to score a minimum of 410 on each test, and an average of 450. Find out more answers about the GED test at the GED FAQ.
Connecticut GED Practice Test
The best way to make sure you pass the Connecticut GED test is to be prepared. If you think you’re ready for the test, or if you want to know what to study, you should take a GED practice test. While Connecticut doesn’t require a practice test to take the GED, a practice test can improve your GED scores and is highly recommended. Most testing sites offer Official Practice Tests. Find out about online GED practice tests for Connecticut.
More About the CT GED
Connecticut GED Testing Eligibility
To take the GED in Connecticut, you must live in the state of Connecticut. To register for the test, you need to be at least 17 years old and officially withdrawn from school for six months or more. You cannot be enrolled in school, or have graduated high school, but you can take the GED test if you have a diploma from an unaccredited high school or a high school outside the U.S. or Canada.
To take the GED, you’ll need a Connecticut photo ID such as a driver’s license, or other valid proof of your identity and that you live in Connecticut. If you’re 17 or 18, you’ll need proof that you have been withdrawn from school for at least six months or that your high school class has already graduated. If you’re seventeen, you will also need a withdrawal form signed by a parent or guardian.
If you are 17 or 18 and were home schooled, have your parent or guardian contact the State of Connecticut GED Office at (860) 807-2111 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a home-schooling attestation form signed by the GED Administrator.
Don’t take the Connecticut GED test unless you’re prepared. You can pass, but if you’re like most people, you’ll need some brush-up and to get familiar with the test. Find out about GED online classes.
Connecticut GED: College Eligibility
More than 60 percent of GED test-takers plan to go on to college. The GED exam can help you get there. Ninety-eight percent of colleges and universities in the U.S. accept the GED credential, though some colleges require additional tests, such as the SAT or the ACE. Check with the admissions offices of the colleges you’re interested in for their requirements. Beware of online high school degrees that colleges won’t accept.
Connecticut GED Retesting
If you took the CN GED test and did not pass, you don’t have to take the whole test again, just the parts you did not pass. The fee to retest is $13, and you’ll need to take all the subjects and wait until the fourth month after your test date to retest. For example, if you took the test in January, you can retest in May. You can take the test up to three times a year. Before you test again, it’s important to go back and study, to make sure that you’re prepared.
Think you’re ready to retest? Try a GED practice test.
Connecticut GED Testing Accommodations
You may ask for testing accommodations for physical or mental issues that may affect your ability to take the test, including learning disabilities, ADHD, psychiatric or psychological conditions, and physical/chronic health conditions. You will need relevant medical or academic records and a current evaluation of your condition by a doctor or psychologist, plus a detailed letter or report from your evaluator. You will also need to fill out an Accommodations Request Form for either ADHD, Emotional/Mental Health, Learning Disabilities, or Health Disabilities, which has sections for you, the GED Chief Examiner in your area, and your evaluator. Read the testing accommodations guidelines for more information.
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Connecticut GED Transcripts
You can get a copy of your Connecticut GED transcripts or certificate from the Connecticut State Department of Education GED Office. Just print and fill out the Connecticut Request for Official GED Transcript pdf or Word document. Follow the instructions on the form, and mail it in to the address on the form. There is no fee for a GED transcript in Connecticut.
How Can I Get My
GED Diploma Fast?
The fastest way to get your GED diploma is to study online. Online GED prep gives you the freedom to study at the best time for you and at your own pace. It eliminates all the stress and embarrassment of the classroom.
Does It Cost?
You don’t want to waste time and money. We make GED studying affordable and effective. We want you to succeed, so we give you the payment options that will work for you, so you can afford everything you need to prepare for the GED test online.
Should I Take a
GED Practice Test?
GED practice tests show you what the GED test is like, so you do better when you take the test. Our online practice test for GED study tells you what to study and makes sure you know that you can pass the GED test.
How Hard Is
the GED Test?
The key to the GED test is preparation. We make the GED test easier than you think by helping you brush up on the right skills, in the right way. We’ve helped thousands earn a GED test credential and go on to new careers and colleges.
GED CT Testing Centers and Test Prep
To find local GED schools in Connecticut, the best resources are local adult education centers, libraries, community colleges, and adult schools. Resources for GED classes in Connecticut are listed below, as well as Connecticut GED testing centers.
Local GED Programs versus Online GED Courses
Local GED programs provide classroom learning, often similar to high school programs. Online GED courses provide GED test prep in your home, on your own schedule. The GED Academy online GED courses create a customized learning experience to walk you through getting your Connecticut GED.
GED Programs in Connecticut
Download a list of adult education/GED schools in Connecticut. Call for information about GED programs and GED classes in your area.
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