GED Test Center Site: Coming Soon!

Who Takes the GED? GED tests are intended for individuals who have missed their first opportunity to complete a high school program of instruction. The GED tests can be administered to those who:

  • Are not currently enrolled in a regular high school
  • Have not graduated from an accredited high school or received a high school equivalency certificate or diploma
  • Are at least 16 years of age and out of school (some states require special permissions for testers under 18 years of age)
  • Reside in the state in which they wish to take the test

All GED candidates need to show proof of residency at the time of test registration and must provide valid identification at the time of registration and again before being admitted to the testing room. Candidates who are not citizens of the United States must meet all of the above requirements, including age requirements and regulations regarding withdrawal from school.

EDWARDS Learning Center GED Student Approach Students who attended EDWARDS Learning for GED training, selected our program because they wanted an individualized and personalized approach to help them learn. Our GED training is unique, because unlike a classroom environment where students may become intimidated and overwhelmed, our students receive one-on-one attention from our tutors as well as an individualized learning plan to meet their specific needs. We have a 100% success rate after our graduates leave the training and take the GED test.


  • Effectively read and process information
  • Problem Solving-Skills
  • Graphic Skills for Social Studies and Science
  • Understand Test-taking strategy
  • GED Thinking Skills


  • Practice with items like those found on the GED Test
  • Apply test-taking and learning tips and reminders
  • Test with less anxiety in a timed-test environment
  • Evaluate charts to help track progress
  • Examine and understand real-life applications of skills


  • Language Arts – Reading
  • Language Arts – Writing
  • Mathematics Computation
  • Social Studies
  • Science