Visit the GED website for a wealth of information about testing and to review preparation materials. Start by creating your online portal and once ready, you can schedule a test through that same website.
Test at WSCC
WSCC is an approved PearsonVue Testing Center where you can take your GED test. Please call the Testing Center if you have questions about the testing options we offer.
If you still have questions after viewing the www.GED.com website and obtaining an online portal please contact us at the Testing Center at 231-843-5528 or 800-848-9722, ext. 5528 to obtain more information on registering.
Register for the GED
Once you have an online portal account, you may register, pay for, and schedule your GED test online, but you must take your actual test in an authorized testing center, like WSCC’s Testing Center.
Effective January 2, 2014, a new series of GED testing has been implemented and testing is administered on a computer.
The 2002 Series is no longer available effective December 31, 2013, and any partial scores on the 2002 Series of the GED are invalid.
Learn about accommodations for individuals with disabilities at: https://ged.com/faqs/testing-accommodations/
GED Preparation Courses are not offered at WSCC but may be available in your local area. Contact the following agencies for information regarding GED preparation:
Manistee Learning Lab 231-723-5910
Mason or Lake County
Mason-Lake Adult Education 231-757-3713, ext. 133
Oceana Community Education 231-861-5151
The 2002 Series of the GED has now expired and no partial tests from it are valid. The 2014 test has many changes, the most notable being the test is administered on the computer.
The GED Test is only offered at designated GED Testing Centers. Read Warning.
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