The job market is much more competitive than it has ever been. A college degree is the lowest level of education required to find a good-paying job. If your pursuit of a college education is hampered by a lack of a high school diploma, there is still hope. A General Educational Development (GED) diploma can help you advance in your life. This page contains information about obtaining your Arkansas GED.
You must follow the following requirements to be eligible for the Arkansas GED:
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A GED credential verifies that an individual has completed a minimum education level equivalent to that of a high school student. To achieve this credential, a person must pass a five-part exam covering the subjects that all high school students must learn: science, mathematics, language arts writing, language arts reading, and social studies.
The test consists mainly of multiple-choice questions that are scored by a computer. The language arts writing test, on the other hand, requires you to write an essay that will be scored by a human being. The mathematics portion of the subtest is also split into two parts, but only part one allows you to use a calculator.
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The highest number of points available on the Arkansas GED exam is 800. Each section can be worth up to 200 points. To pass the exam, you must average 145 points per test for a total of 580 points. Any test that falls below 145 points receives a failing grade and must be retaken in order to pass the GED exam.
There is a 30- to a 60-day waiting period before you may retest. You may also be asked to complete a certain number of adult education class hours before taking the test again.
For each subject, you can retake it up to 2 times without having to wait. For the fourth attempt, you have to wait 60 days. You have an unlimited number of retakes per year.
You can take the Arkansas GED test online or at an official Arkansas GED testing center. You can use our list of Arkansas testing centers to locate the one that is most convenient for on-site testing.
There will be an Online Proctored (OP) GED test option starting on September 1st, 2021, so you can take your GED test remotely (online).
In Arkansas, you must be at least 18 years old to take the GED exam. However, if you are 16 or 17 years old and meet the requirements outlined in the Adult Education Attendance and Enrollment Policies, you are eligible to take the GED test. Contact the state GED testing office at 501-682-1980 or [email protected] to learn more.
You can ask for a copy of your Arkansas GED transcript by contacting the GED testing service.