The GED (General Educational Development) is designed as an alternative to the high school diploma. Upon completion of the GED program, individuals are empowered to pursue higher levels of education and/or careers of their choice.
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Guides on individual subjects as well as volumes that cover the entire test are available.
Taking the GED test
All tests are given by appointment only.
Local Testing Centers
Carrolton-Farmers Branch ISD
1820 Pearl Street
Mountain View College
4849 W. Illinois Ave.
GED test scores are usually sent to the instructor by the testing center. Certificates are mailed to students two to three weeks after testing is completed by the GED Division of the Texas Education Agency in Austin.