Congratulations on taking one of the most important steps of your life -- earning your GED credential! Millions of people like you have taken the GED Tests to get a better job, continue their education, or to feel better about themselves. The GED tests measure your knowledge and academic skills against those of today's traditional high school graduates.
First-time examinees must have a signed GED application and a complete GED Demographics form. Also, you must pay the $60 registration fee or submit an approved test voucher before you are allowed to test. Demographics and GED Applications are available from the Adult Education Center in your county. To obtain a phone number for your local Adult Education Center check the Kentucky Adult Education website.
Repeat examinees – since you have already taken at least one part of the GED test, you do not need a new application or demographic sheet. You must pay the test fee or submit an approved test voucher before you are allowed to test. Cost of retesting is $30 per sub-section, not to exceed the total cost of the test ($60). GED appointments for repeat examinees will be accepted in the Assessment Center Office located in the Emerging Technology Center on the WKCTC campus. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Testing with accommodations is available for examinees who qualify. For details, please see your adult education provider or contact WKCTC's Chief Examiner Linda Bush at email@example.com or call (270) 534-3853.
All first-time and repeat examinees must present a valid government issued photo identification on the day of the test. The name on your government issued photo identification must match the name on your GED application. No examinee will be admitted to the testing room without a current, valid government issued photo identification.
How can I obtain a copy of my GED scores or diploma?
You will receive one free copy of your GED scores every time you take any part of the GED test. These scores will be mailed to the address you specify on your GED demographic sheet within seven working days of your test date. When you pass all parts of the test, a GED diploma will be mailed to you free of charge. To receive additional copies of your official GED transcript, visit the Kentucky Adult Education website or call (800) 928-7323.
Do you need help preparing for the GED? West Kentucky Community & Technical College offers FREE GED classes at the WKCTC-McCracken County Adult Education Department in the Anderson Technical Building, Room 111. For more information call 270-534-3451. Visit Adult Education.