How do I get my GED in New Jersey?

complete a Certificate of Consent to Participate form verifying that you’re not enrolled in school, have permission to take the GED® test and have a parent or legal guardian accompany you to the test center with your completed Certificate of Consent to Participate form.

Which subject is the hardest in GED?

Generally speaking, though, we can say that most GED students find Mathematics the most problematic and challenging of the four GED modules (subtests). And to build up self-confidence and to get used to the testing format, taking the most challenging GED® subject first may not be so wise.

How to get a free GED test?

West Virginia and New York are using the TASC exam (Test Assessing Secondary Completion)

  • Maine uses the HiSET (simply short for High School Equivalency Test)
  • Connecticut is using the GED exam (General Education Development) but there is a modest administration fee
  • How to get your GED in New Jersey?

    – successfully passing one of the New Jersey High School Equivalency Assessments (GED, HiSET, TASC). – being a State Responsible student. – the 30-College Credit pathway. – the Operation Recognition Program for qualified military veterans.

    How do you prepare for a GED test?

    You can prepare for the GED test by studying online. You can also choose a traditional GED prep class near you. Select your nearest city: Alexandria; Baton Rouge; Hammond; Houma; Lafayette; Lake Charles; LaPlace; Monroe; New Orleans; Shreveport; Slidell; Louisiana GED testing centers (HiSET) Abbeville

    What are the requirements for a GED test?

    All test takers must be Ohio residents,and are eligible for one voucher code per vendor;

  • Age requirements for test takers 16,17,and 18 years of age remain the same; and,
  • Test takers who wish to take the GED Online Proctored (OP) exam,must take and pass the GED Ready. There are no discounted retakes for the OP exam.