How to Schedule to Take the GED
To take the GED test, you schedule it based on the available testing dates. Each state or local testing center sets its own schedule for the GED test, which means that your state decides how and when you take each portion of the test. It also determines how often you can retake a failed portion. Because a computer now administers the test, you can schedule an individual appointment.
Your test starts when you start and ends when your allotted time is completed. The test centers are small computer labs, often containing no more than 15 seats, and actual testing facilities are located in many communities in your state.
You book your appointment through the GED Testing Services website. Your local GED test administrator can give you all the information you need about scheduling the test. In addition, local school districts and community colleges can provide information about local test centers in your area.
Sending a specific question or request to the GED Testing Services website may come with a charge for the service. To save money, you're better off asking a person at your local testing center. That way, you don't have to pay for the privilege of asking a question, and your answer will be based on rules and conditions in your area.