While many people have accomplished high levels of success without a formal education, the vast majority of people need the proper educational credentials if they want to advance in life. You may be impeding your own advancement in life if you do not have a high school diploma. Here is information on how to obtain the Delaware General Educational Development (GED) credential, which is the equivalent of a high school diploma and will open the door to a number of life opportunities.
You must follow the following requirements to be eligible for the Delaware GED:
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The Delaware GED Exam assesses your knowledge of 5 high school subjects:
Although the majority of the questions on the test are multiple-choice, you must write an essay in the language arts writing section. A person reads and grades this section of the test. This section of the exam does not require any special knowledge. The goal is to assess your writing skills and your command of the English language. The math section of the exam is also divided into two parts, but you only have access to a calculator for the first. The exam will take a maximum of 7.5 hours to finish.
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If you really want to pass the test, you must spend time preparing for it, especially if you have not been in school for a long time. How you prepare for the test will be heavily influenced by your needs and personality. If you prefer to study independently, you can purchase GED practice tests and study guides or use the Internet to review the material you need to know for the test. If you prefer more structure, you can enroll in a GED preparation class to assist you in improving your reading, writing, and math skills. Online and offline retailers sell study materials, and you can take the classes at community colleges or online.
A score of 580 is required to pass the Delaware GED test. This equates to an average of 450 per subtest. Any test with a score less than 145 will be graded as failing. You can retake the parts you failed, but you must wait 45 days between retests. However, you must complete a full exam before retaking any section. So, if you did not complete the test for whatever reason, you will not be able to retake any portion of it until you do.
Before a 60-day waiting period is required, you may retake a subject twice. After the 60-day waiting period, you can retake the exam a third time.
You can take the Delaware GED test online or at an official Delaware GED testing center. You can use our list of Delaware 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).
To take the Delaware GED exam, you must be a resident of Delaware legally. If you do not reside in Delaware but are actively employed in Delaware or registered with the Delaware Department of Labor Program, you can take the test. Call the state office at 302-857-3342 if you have any questions about Delaware's residency rules.
You must be at least 18 years old. However, 16-year-olds and 17-year-olds can be permitted to take the GED test if they apply for a waiver to the Delaware Department of Education. A transcript from your previous school as well as a verification of your school withdrawal is required, and you must also be a resident of Delaware. When you apply for the waiver, you must additionally attest that you are at least 16 years old.
You can ask for a copy of your Delaware GED transcript by contacting the GED testing service.