GED TEST - North Carolina High School Equivalency Diploma

General Educational Development

GED (General Educational Development)

The GED testing program is offered by all 58 community colleges in North Carolina. Cost to students is $7.50 for a test fee. Upon attaining minimum standard scores of 410 on each of the 5 tests and a total score of 2250, a high school diploma equivalency is awarded to the student by the State Board of the Community College System. The GED test consists of five tests (Language Arts Writing, Social Studies, Science, Language Arts Reading, and Mathematics).

The GED Hotline gives information on what to include in your written request. Please call 919-807-7139 for information on how to complete the request.

North Carolina Community College Literacy Resource Center

Adult High School/GED Resources and WWW Sites
LINCS Resources for Adult High School / GED
LINCS Special Collections LINCS Special Collections
LINCS Search
LINCS Discussion Lists
LINCS Resources for Teacher/Tutor
LINCS Resources for Student/Learner
LINCS Resources for Manager/Administrator

North Carolina Community College System Resources for Adult High School/GED
Coordinators of Adult High School Programs in Community Colleges
Offering Adult High School
NCCCS Basic Skills Training Opportunities

Resources and Organizations for Adult High School/GED
GED Testing Service
Steck-Vaughan’s official GED Practice Test site
GED Connection from PBS LiteracyLink
GEDETS Policy Statement for Documentation of Learning Disability