The General Educational Development tests provide students the
opportunity to earn a high school equivalency diploma.
The tests consists of five parts in the areas of language arts,
writing skills, reading, social studies, science, and Mathematics. The questions
in each of these tests require you to use general knowledge and thinking skills.
Few questions ask about facts, details, or definitions.
This credential is recognized as a key to employment opportunities,
career advancement, and further education.
Registering for the GED
GED tests are administered on campus twice a month. The GED tests
registration office is located in room 58A in the Administration Building.
Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
To schedule a registration appointment call (508) 854 4407.*
Requirements at registration include:
- One picture ID (license, learners permit, or passport)
- GED Testing Fee of $65 (cash, check, or money order)
- If you are under 18 years of age, you will need a letter from your
school stating that you have withdrawn.
To obtain information on the GED Practice Test or GED preparation
classes, please contact the Training and Education Center, located at City
Square at (508) 751 7903.
Mail transcript requests or supplementary paperwork to:
GED Testing Office
Quinsigamond Community College
PO Box 144
670 West Boylston St.
Worcester, MA 01606
*Individuals with documented physical, emotional, or special learning
disabilities may request special accommodations for GED testing. Contact the
GED Testing Office at(508) 854 4407 for more information. Registration payment for the GED test may be made after final
determination has been made regarding a request for accommodation on the GED