The Adult Education and Literacy Program is funded by the Federal Government and Tahlequah Public Schools. The program serves anyone 16 years of age and older, not currently enrolled in public schools. However, 16-17 year olds must have a GED Test Agreement form signed and notarized by a parent and an administrator from the school district in which they live (or the last school they attended). These forms can be obtained at 351 Academy, in the main office on Central Campus, bldg. B.
Tahlequah Public Schools is a GED Testing Center. The cost of a GED exam is $136 total or $34 a module. A driver’s license or state/government photo I.D. is required for testing.
Duplicate copies of GED High School Diploma and Transcript can purchased at www.diplomasender.com
Central Academy: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Please check in at main office, Bldg. B., when arriving on campus for enrollment or class. Enrollment is at 1:00 on Tuesdays at this site.
Workforce Oklahoma: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 1:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
1755 S. Muskogee Ave.
*Enrollment is at 1:00 p.m. on Thursdays at this site.
How much are classes?
Classes are free of charge with materials provided. Please call 918-458-4170 to schedule enrollment.
Who can take the GED test?
Anyone living in Oklahoma, 16 years of age or older, not enrolled in high school and who does not have a diploma. 16-17 year olds must have a GED Test Agreement form signed and notarized by a parent and an administrator from the school district in which they reside (or the last school they attended).
How can a person sign up to take the GED test?
Go to GED.com and register for a MyGED account. Be aware this information must match your photo I.D. for testing. Once you are registered you will go to the schedule tests tab. In this section you will select the module or modules you want to test. You will also choose the testing center and the date(s) available for testing. Finally, you will pay fee online with a debit or credit card.
What does the GED test measure?
The 2014 GED Test is a computerized test covering four academic areas that include:
- Reasoning Through Language Arts – 150 minutes
- Informational Texts (75%)
- Literary Texts (25%)
- Mathematics – 115 minutes
- Algebraic Problem Solving (55%)
- Quantitative Problem Solving (45%)
- Science – 90 minutes
- Life Science (40%)
- Physical Science (40%)
- Earth and Space Science (20%)
- Social Studies – 90 minutes
- Civics/Government (50%)
- U.S. History (20%)
- Economics (15%)
- Geography and the World (15%)
What scores are needed to pass the GED Test?
There are two criteria. Of the 800 points possible on the GED 2014 Test, a minimum overall score of 600, with a minimum of 150 on each of the four modules is required to pass.
351 Academy, Building B