GED Testing Service, LLC is the current provider of high school equivalency testing in
Texas. Upon passing
all four of the exams, the test-taker will be issued a State of Texas
Certificate of High School Equivalency.
Official Certificates, Transcripts and Verifications
GED Certificate/Transcript Search to obtain a free verification letter or a printable PDF containing your
Certificate of High School Equivalency with test scores and a diploma-style
certificate suitable for framing. There is a mandatory fee of $5 for certificates which can be paid by credit card or check (automated clearing house). The certificates and verifications must be printed during this
transaction. TEA no longer sends certificates or verifications via mail, fax or email. Official Policy Letter.
If your search returns "No Records Found", please email email@example.com to request a record
2014 High School Equivalency Exams
The 2014 test series consists of four exams taken on computer at over 130 testing centers in Texas. Go to www.ged.com to initiate the registration
process. You will have access to preparation resources and practice tests
or you can proceed to schedule your exams. Alternatively, you can register by calling
more information, please visit 2014 High School Equivalency Frequently Asked Questions.
the high school equivalency exams in Texas, you must be a resident of
Texas, have a government-issued photo ID and be 18 years of age or older. For
more detailed information and exceptions, please visit our Eligibility
The 2014 GED Test Series scores range from 100 to
200. To earn a State of Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency, you must
achieve a minimum of 150 on each of the four exams. Scores of 170 through 200
represent performance consistent with college and career readiness. Scores are typically available the same day you tested by logging into www.ged.com. Certificates are issued approximately 5 business days after you pass your fourth exam. TEA will email your initial certificate in a PDF file to the email address used to register for the exams.
You cannot combine scores from previous test series with the current series scores. Incomplete scores from tests taken prior to January 1, 2014 are no longer valid.
More information on current and previous test scores, please visit Test
Score Requirements and Retesting Policy.
Study material is
available at most libraries and book stores. Most preparation books have
practice tests that will help you determine when you are ready to test. There
is also helpful information available at www.ged.com including a free practice test and the GED Ready Official Practice Test. The GED Ready is available for a nominal fee and provides instant feedback including specific diagnostic instructions on what you need to study.
To find a preparation program in
your area, log in to www.ged.com and choose "Study", or contact TCALL at 800-441-READ (7323).
Texas Education Agency - GED Unit