GED General Information
Get Your Official GED Documents Online!
Question: I tested for my GED in Oregon. How do I get a copy of my GED transcript?
Answer: All transcript requests for those who tested in Oregon are processed through GED Testing Service.
Lane Community College is now ready to test students for GED.
Please read the information below before moving on to the next page.
Government Issued ID Requirements
Before testing, you must be able to provide one of the following current government-issued documents: ID card from the Department of Motor Vehicles, a Driver's License, Military ID, Passport or Tribal Council ID.
You must bring your ID with you to each testing session. If you do not bring your ID you will not be allowed to test.
Eligibility Requirements for 16 and 17 years of age
You do not need to be an Oregon resident to test, but you cannot have a high school diploma or be enrolled in high school. You must go to your local high school to get the proper documentation:
1. A letter, printed on school letterhead, for Exemption from Compulsory Attendance. This must be from the school district in which you are currently residing; OR
2. You need to be enrolled in an Oregon Option Program. Talk with your local high school to see if you are eligible and to get the forms.
If you are 16 or 17, you need to obtain one of the two documents mentioned above before you can register for a GED test.
|MAT: GED® Test - Mathematical Reasoning||115 minutes||USD $38.00|
|RLA: GED® Test - Reasoning Through Language Arts||155 minutes||USD $38.00|
|SCI: GED® Test - Science||95 minutes||USD $38.00|
|SOC: GED® Test - Social Studies||95 minutes||USD $38.00|
Retesting Fee - There is a $10.00 retest fee per test for 2 retests in each subject area. After that you will pay regular price. Retakes must occur within 12 calendar months of the initial attempt. If you are questioning how you would do on a test contact the GED classes at Lane for a pretest. Website http://www.lanecc.edu/abse/ged-preparation
Testing Accommodations - GED Testing Service is committed to ensuring access to the GED® test for all individuals with disabilities and supports the intention of the American with Disabilities Act as amended (ADAAA). See if you qualify for accommodations at: www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/computer-accommodations