GED - General Educational Development

The State of Ohio GED® (General Educational Development) Office provides learners 18 years of age and older, the opportunity to gain the academic skills and credentials needed for postsecondary education and workforce development. Test takers who are 16 & 17 years of age may also apply with approved documentation. The credential is an Ohio High School Equivalence Diploma that is earned through evidence of passing the GED® tests.  The State of Ohio GED office will act as a catalyst to assist learners with the necessary educational guidance and resources to effectively prepare them to take the GED tests. The office will provide instruction for the following: location of approved Test Centers and approved Practice Centers (includes ABLE Preparation Centers), Career Technical Planning Districts (CTPD) in conjunction with the $80 State Voucher, and how to obtain a copy of a test takers Official Transcript and Diploma.

GED Information

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Last Modified: 6/17/2016 4:22:03 PM