Welcome to the home of the official High School Equivalency (HSE) program in Georgia where you can find everything you need to know about preparing and taking the GED® test.
GED Quick Facts
- GED preparation classes are free. Contact your local Adult Education Center (list) for information about classes.
- Scholarships are available to assist with GED Testing fees. See your local adult education center for more information.
- Georgia GED graduates may be eligible to receive the $500 HOPE GED Grant to use toward post-secondary education in Georgia.
- View a list of currently open GED testing centers for computer-based testing in Georgia.
- The Online GED Test is available to take from home 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To view the differences between an Online Proctored Test vs. In-Person GED Test, click here.
COVID-19 Testing Requirements in Georgia
One of the following forms is required each time you enter a testing center during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
- TCSG COVID-19 Under-age Consent 7.28.2020 – Students 16 and 17 years of age are considered under-age and must have the consent of a parent or guardian to test.
- TCSG COVID-19 Waiver 7.28.2020 – Required for all test-takers 18 years and over.
Frequently Asked Questions about GED Testing
The Georgia GED Testing Program is jointly administered by the GED Testing Service, LLC and the Technical College System of Georgia. The GED test is developed by the GED Testing Service, LLC.