GED® Testing & Transcripts
The official GED® test is offered at the Providence and Lincoln campuses. The GED® is a four-part nationally recognized high school equivalency test aligned with state standards.
Where to start?
- Create a My GED® account: Sign up online to create a My GED® account to take practice tests, request accommodations, schedule tests, and more.
- Take practice tests: The online practice tests cost $6 each and are called GED® Ready. The GED® Ready practice test is half the length of the official test, and after you take it, you will receive a score that tells you if you are ready for the official test. If you need help taking or paying for practice tests, please contact Vicki Medeiros at [email protected] or call 401.333.7072.
- If you are not ready for the GED® Tests Take a CCRI Bridge class to develop skills in language arts, math, science, or social studies. If you are not comfortable using the internet to contact us, please leave a voicemail at 401.455.6140. Voicemail is checked on Mondays and Wednesday.
- Ready to test? Find out if you qualify for a waiver of testing fees:
Passing the GED® Test
To pass the complete GED® test you must pass tests in four content areas:
- Reasoning through Language Arts (155 minutes): RLA Practice Test
- Mathematical Reasoning (120 minutes): Math Practice Test
- Science (90 minutes): Science Practice Test
- Social Studies (70 minutes): Social Studies Practice Test
If you have already completed your GED's and need transcripts please visit: https://ged.com/life_after_ged/
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