GED Test

The GED test is made of up 4 separate exams, each covering a different subject: Mathematical Reasoning, Reasoning Through Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science. You can take the exams at different times and in any order you prefer. You do not have to take all exams on the same day. For an overview of the GED subject area, visit

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A valid, unexpired photo ID is required for all testing. Acceptable forms of government-issued IDs include a driver’s license, state ID card, passport, military ID, national ID, tribal ID, naturalization card, certificate of citizenship, or permanent resident card (Green Card). A photo or photocopy of an ID is not acceptable. Photos must be clear and recognizable. Student IDs are acceptable for the following exams: MCC MPE, MCC Course Exams, Correspondence Exams, and TSIA.

Calculators will be provided on the computer within the exam.


Candidates must submit requests for accommodations to GED, and all requests must be approved before the exam appointment. Refer to the following sites for more information about requesting accommodations for your GED exams:

General information:

Accommodations by program: