What is the oldest you can get your GED?
GED age requirements vary to some degree from state to state, but typically anyone age 18 (sometimes 18 and a half) and older may take the GED.
Is the GED 2021 test hard?
The GED test is hard because it is very time-pressured. But if you prepare with good resources, the GED is quite easy. The GED test gives you limited time (from 70 to 150 minutes, depending on the subject) for around 35-40 questions per subject.
How do I retake my GED exam?
Log in to GED.com to see your scores under the My Scores section. I passed my exam, but want to retake it to achieve a higher score. Can I do that? In order to retake a subject that you have already passed, there is an approval process. To request a retake of one or more exam subjects, you will need to email a brief explanation to [email protected].
What happens if you fail a subject on the GED?
In case you fail one of the four subject tests but attained relatively high scores on the other modules so your overall score is 580 or more, you still do not pass the GED test. You’ll be required to retake that failed subject test until you reach the passing score of 145.
How old is the oldest person to get a GED?
Adults of all ages earn an HSE diploma each year. In 2007, Evie Eaves of Amarillo, Texas earned her GED credential at 97 years old, becoming the oldest GED certificate recipient. Evie, who was born in 1910, grew up on a farm in Oklahoma where the nearest high school was a seven-mile walk.
What do I need to withdraw from school to get GED?
In general, proof of withdrawal from school, official permission from a parent or guardian, and the applicant’s school district is required. Please check with a test site near you for their or your state’s specific policies. Twitter and Facebook may also offer lots of GED-related information.