Central Vermont Adult Basic Ed Inc
46 Washington Street Suite 100
Barre, VT 5641
Vermont Adult Learning - Addison
282 Boardman Street
Middlebury, VT 5753
Pearson Professional Centers
30 Kimball Ave
South Burlington, VT 5403
St Johnsbury Community Education Center
166 Railroad Street, Suite 2
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
Vermont State GED Test Eligibility Requirements
- You do not have to be a resident of Vermont.
- You cannot be enrolled in an accredited high school or be a high school graduate.
- You must be 18 years old or older. However, if you are 16 or 17 you need a signed consent by a parent or guardian in order to test. Check out other rules and requirements for the Vermont GED test.
- Cost: $30 (per subject); $120 (all subjects)
- Passing score: 145 (minimum) in each subject
- Accommodations: You must apply for disability accommodations through the GED test’s accommodations page.
- After you pass the test, the State of Vermont will award you a GED certificate that will show you have achieved the same level of knowledge as a high school graduate.
⚠️ ONLINE PROCTORED (OP) GED TEST NOTIFICATION UPDATE: 7-26-2021
Beginning September 1st, 2021, there will be an Online Proctored (OP) GED Test option, which means that you will have the option to take your GED test remotely. *Unless you are located in Hawaii*, you can plan on having this option available to you after September 1st, 2021.
A few more facts regarding the Online Proctored GED test option:
The price of the OP GED test will increase by $6 per subject in most states. Click here to see the current price.
Students who schedule a test before Sept. 1 will pay the current OP price, no matter when the test is delivered.
Vouchers you have already purchased will continue to be valid for use with OP tests through December 1st, 2021. The vouchers will cover 100% of the cost for OP or in-person testing if used before Dec. 1st.
For more information, please click here.
Over 20 Million Adults
That’s how many have successfully passed the GED® Test. So why wait?LET’S GET STARTED
"By the time I was 17, I found myself going into my freshman year of high school. I decided that taking the GED test might be a better option for me because I was so behind. This way, once I get my GED certificate I can start some online college classes which will work better with the way my life is scheduled now."