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GED Test

Clarendon College Testing Services administers the GED for high school equivalency certification. The GED test measures high school level proficiency in four areas: Reasoning through Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics. Separate publications are available which describe the content of each part of the test.

The American Council on Education issues a warning regarding FAKE Online GED Testing Credentials. Please research any programs that make claims of high school equivalency programs.

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Eligibility for Testing

- Be a Texas resident or a member of the armed forces stationed in Texas.

- Be 18 years of age or older and not enrolled in school.

- Be at least 17 years of age and have a signed parent/guardian consent form. Click here to download consent form.

- Produce a completed TEA Continuing Education and School Improvement GED Test Administration Withdrawal Form for 17 year olds. Click here to download withdrawal form.

- Persons 16 years of age and who are recommended by a public agency that has supervision or custody of the person under court order MUST present the court order and completed Parent Consent Form in order to attend Orientation/Registration and begin testing.

Recommendations must include the applicant's name, date of birth, and must be signed by an official of the public agency. Judges may make the recommendation if they are acting in lieu of a juvenile probation officer.




Payments for the test ($135 for complete test or $33.75 per individual section) will also be required at the time of registration, and made using

On your scheduled test day, please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your test time, you must also bring a valid Photo ID.

For more information please contact Chancey King @806-874-4865 or