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General Educational Development Testing (GED)

Wallace Community College is pleased to offer the 2014 GED Test. The new computer-based GED test replaced the paper-based 2002 version. The new test measures the critical-thinking and problem-solving skills that colleges and employers are looking for. The test is comprised of four content areas:

  • Reasoning Through Language Arts (RLA) (150 minutes) 
  • Mathematical Reasoning (115 minutes)
  • Science (90 minutes)
  • Social Studies (90 minutes)

Benefits Of The New Testing Format:

  • Alignment from day one to national and state college and career readiness standards
  • Same day scoring
  • Detailed score report including college and career readiness information
  • Flexible testing and pay as you go options

Cost And Registration:

The cost of the test is $120 for the complete battery or $30 per content area.  There are 4 content areas which can be taken individually or as selected by the examinee.  Examinees must register online at or call 1-877-EXAM GED (392-6433) to register, schedule and pay for the GED test on computer.  Credit and debit cards are acceptable forms of payment.


Center for Economic and Workforce Development in Dothan: Room 203 5565 Montgomery Highway, next to the State Trooper's office. Dothan, AL 36303 (334) 556-2373 Sparks Campus in Eufaula: Information Office A Building 3235 South Eufaula Ave. Eufaula, AL 36027 (334) 687-3543 ext. 4210.

GED Transcript Request Forms:

If you need your transcript sent to Wallace Community College, please complete bottom section of REQUEST OFFICIAL GED TRANSCRIPT FORM and turn it in to the Admissions office. There is no fee for this service.

If you need your transcript sent elsewhere, please complete GED FORM 3 and mail it to GED TESTING PROGRAM, P.O. BOX 302130, MONTGOMERY, AL 36130 along with your $10 fee or you may contact the Alabama State GED Testing Services at 1-800-392-8086 (inside Alabama) or 334-353-4885 (outside Alabama).

State of Alabama GED Testing Program:

Frequently Asked Questions:

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