It’s easy to find a Florida GED® test site in many cities and towns across the state. The minimum age for taking the General Education Development (GED) Test in Florida is 18 years of age. A complete list of sites at which Florida residents may take the GED test can be found at http://www.gedtestinglocations.com/ged-testing-locations-in-florida.html. Effective January 1, 2014, the State of Florida has transitioned its credentialing process to a paperless, web-based transcript and diploma request system.
The State of Florida does not have a residency requirement, meaning individuals from other states may take the test there. Individuals from other states should refer to their own state to determine if the scores will be accepted likewise. Some states do not have a residency requirement meaning Florida residents may in turn take a state there as well.
In Florida, the best place to get started is with a local adult education center. The teachers at your local center will offer you free help to learn about the test, study for the test, and pass every section. They’ll help you every step of the way as you complete your high school equivalency diploma.
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