GED® TestingThe GED Tests are a nationally recognized measure of high school knowledge and skills. The tests give people another opportunity to earn a high school credential from their state. When the GED Tests are passed, students receive a Kansas State High School Diploma issued by the Kansas Board of Regents. The high school credential earned by passing the GED Tests is accepted by more than 95% of U.S. employers, colleges and universities.
Testing Information:Students are encouraged to prepare for the 2014 GED tests at the Salina Adult Education Center. Class orientations occur approximately every eight weeks to allow easy entry for readiness assessment and preparation options. If students do not need preparation, they may directly register for testing through MYGED.COM by accessing the portal at www.ged.com. Each of the four modules cost $33 or a total of $132. Payment options include debit or credit card. Vouchers may be purchased by cash or money order from the Salina Adult Education Center in the main office.To request a copy of your diploma or transcripts, please access or set up an account at www.ged.com to get those documents.A graduation ceremony will be held May 30, 2019, for GED graduates. Contact the Salina Adult Education Center office for more information.
Last Modified on November 20, 2018