Oklahoma GED Test Programs
Ms. Linda Young
Oklahoma GED Information
State Department of Education
2500 North Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4599<
Who is eligible to take the GED Tests in Oklahoma?
To take the GED Tests in Oklahoma, you must be a resident of Oklahoma. Also, you must not have a high school diploma or be enrolled in high school.
To take the GED Tests, you must be at least 16 years of age. If you are 16 or 17, you must have an approved Test Agreement for 16- or 17-year-olds. This test agreement form is available at the GED Testing Centers, or you can download it here (pdf). The agreement must be signed by a parent or guardian and a school official of the school district where you live.
How much does it cost to take the GED Tests?
Each Oklahoma GED Testing Center establishes its own fees and testing schedules. Contact the GED Testing Center at which you plan to take the tests to determine the exact cost.
To Download a list of GED testing centers in Oklahoma, click here.
Can I take the GED Tests in another language?
Spanish GED Testing is available at some testing centers. Contact the centers in your area to schedule a time.
Are there accommodations available for GED testing?
If you believe you may have a disability that could keep you from taking the GED Tests in the usual way, you may be able to receive reasonable testing accommodations. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, GED Testing Centers provide reasonable accommodations to GED candidates with documented needs. The passing score requirements are the same for all candidates.
How can I obtain a copy of my GED Test records?
All GED records for the State of Oklahoma are maintained by the Lifelong Learning Section of the Oklahoma State Department of Education. If you took the GED Tests in Oklahoma, you can obtain a duplicate copy of your GED records from the Lifelong Learning office.
There are two different GED documents available. A duplicate GED High School Diploma, with a transcript of scores attached, is $20.00. For a GED transcript only, the charge is $10.00. Test scores are shown on the GED transcript.
You can obtain a duplicate copy of your GED records in two ways:
1. Come in person to the Lifelong Learning Department, located in room 115 of the Oliver Hodge Memorial Building (address below). Our office can be contacted toll free at 800-405-0355 or at 405-521-3321. You will need to bring exact change or a money order payable to the Oklahoma State Department of Education.
2. Mail the Request for Duplicate GED Documents, click here, along with exact change or a money order payable to the Oklahoma State Department of Education to:
Dr.Stephanie Curtis Executive Director
Lifelong Learning Section
Oklahoma State Department of Education
2500 North Lincoln Boulevard, Room 115Oklahoma City, OK 73105-4599
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