The Tests of General Education Development Accommodations
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GED testing offers the individual who did not complete high school the opportunity to earn the equivalent of a high school diploma—the GED. When an adult passes the GED Tests battery, the resulting GED credential certifies that he or she has attained subject matter knowledge and skills associated with high school completion. The GED credential is accepted for college entrance and employment.
Who may test—requirements
Individuals with documented disabilities may apply for special accommodations. Contact the EMCC GED Office to request one of the following forms:
Learning Disabilities and/or Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (Form L-15)
Examples of conditions: dyslexia, dyscalculia, receptive aphasia, hyperactivity, written language disorder, attention deficit disorder
Physical Disabilities and Emotional or Psychological Disabilities (Form SA-001)
Examples of conditions: blindness, low vision, deaf, hard of hearing, mobility impaired, bipolar disorder, Tourette’s syndrome
Contact the EMCC GED Office (662) 243-1985.
See EMCC GED Testing Info page or contact the EMCC GED Office (662) 243-1985.
FREE GED classes
FREE Official GED Practice Tests
FREE GED classes on-line
Contact EMCC ABE Office
EMCC Main Campus in Scooba and Golden Triangle Campus in Mayhew
The minimum passing standard set by the GED Testing Service is
Awards Ceremony Join us for our semi-annual GED awards ceremony. Let your family and friends celebrate your success! Call 243-1985 for more information.
Request a copy of your GED Official Transcript
Download the Mississippi GED Transcript Request form or contact the EMCC GED Office.
Official Site of the GED Testing Service: http://www.acenet.edu/