GED Test FAQs
It depends. If you took the test before January 2014 then no, because the makers of the GED Test changed the format of the test and the old scores do not match up. Students will need to take whole test over with the new format. If you have taken a test since January 2014 then yes, you can still use your scores.
No. There is nowhere online anyone can take the GED. You can register to take the test online, but all the tests have to be taken at Certified Testing Locations.
Adult Basic Education Classes
GED Preparation FAQs
No. However, we ask that students attend on a regular basis. 75% attendance is strongly encouraged. We have found out in all our classes, the students who take classes seriously and attend regularly are the ones who pass the test.
Most students are older than 18. There is no student that is too old to attend class. Additional paperwork must be filled out for 16 and 17 year olds to enroll in classes. This paperwork must be completed and also turned in to the Assessment Center located in the Grady Clack Building.
For other questions about GED classes, contact Fran Columbine at 918-756-5791.
For other questions about registering for the test, contact Rendi Glass at 918-293-5254 or 918-293-5258.