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Frequently Asked Questions

It varies by student. We have had students earn it in a week while others are in our program longer. It depends on how much time you devote to studying.
If you are 18 years old, an age waiver will have to be completed with a signature from the local school board. You can see your local Adult Education program to get the age waiver form. If you are 19 years or older, an age waiver is not required.
As of now, the state of Kentucky is paying for the first test in each section of the GED as well as two additional retakes. This is a savings of approximately $150. This is a limited time offer so act fast!

Yes, we have both online programs and online proctored testing available. You can earn your GED without having to leave your home. To be best suited for online GED work, you will need a reliable internet connection and access to a laptop or computer.

Online GED Testing

After you earn your GED, a copy of the diploma and transcripts will be mailed to the address on file with your account.

If you earned your GED previously and need a copy of the transcripts you can request that online. You have the option for an electronic copy or a keepsake, replacement diploma.

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The GED test is broken down into 4 sections: Math, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts. You do not have to take all the sections at one time and have the option to take one section at a time.

Each of our Adult Education Centers have a testing proctor available. Please contact your local Adult Education Center for more information or to schedule a test.

You also have the option to test online. Pearson Vue has an online proctor available with appointments practically 24/7. Contact us to find out if you qualify for this service.