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Can I get my GED at 16 in California?
California GED testing requirements The minimum age to qualify for the exam in California is 16. Test-takers 16 or 17 years of age must meet strict additional criteria. They must, for example, have permission from their school district and hold parental consent.
Can I get my GED at 17 in California?
California has approved the use of two high school equivalency tests (GED® and HiSET®) for students 18 years old and older, and 17 years old in some instances, for the purpose of receiving a California High School Equivalency Certificate.
Can You Drop Out of high school at 16 and get GED?
Yes! In the USA the Mandatory age to be attending high school is determined by each state. Where I grew up, in New York State, in order to drop out, one needed to be 16 years old And have completed eighth grade. So once you turn 16 you can drop out and get a GED.
How old do you have to be to take the GED?
Regulations governing eligibility to take the GED vary by state. According to GED Testing Service policy, students at least 16 years old and not enrolled in high school are eligible for the program.   However, many states require the candidate to be 17 years of age and a resident of the state.
Can I go to a community college with a GED?
BTW, you can absolutely attend a Community College with a GED. They will help you find the right classes for you, probably offer free tutoring, and some will provide a high school diploma upon your completion of two years there. What is the best way to improve my college admission essays?
How are Louisiana high schools graded when students drop out?
Under the state’s accountability system, Louisiana high schools can receive 100 points for every student who graduates with a diploma and 25 points for each departing student who fails to earn a diploma but passes the HiSET by October of the following year. For each student who drops out, high schools earn a zero.