The GED is a series of tests, which provide people with a certificate of competency if they have not completed their high school education. The exam consists of four separate tests, one for each of the following areas: Social Studies, Science, Math, Reading (Literature) or Writing (English).
Please choose from the following locations where you would like to take the GED Test. Minimum requirements, costs, test schedules and other information are available at the following links.
GED testing is done at the following campus locations:
- Mount Vernon Campus (including Spanish Test): Lewis Hall, Room 41
- Whidbey Island Campus: Hayes Hall, Room 112
For anyone seeking special accommodations for the GED test, you must complete the appropriate accommodations request form. Go to: GED.com