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How do you find out about resources and registration for the GED test in Spanish?

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Information about resources and registration for the General Educational Development test in Spanish is available on the GED Testing Service website. The site provides information about GED test specifications and offers free practice tests and computer skills tutorial in both English and Spanish. Accredited testing locations in the United States, Canada and other countries are available at GED.com.

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U.S. citizens who want to take the GED test in Spanish can register at the MyGED Online Portal on GEDTestingService.com, a start-to-finish online program that helps test takers prepare online and register for their GED test. The portal allows test takers to schedule a test or a retest at a time convenient to them. The MyGED Online Portal also takes transcript and diploma orders after the test takers have passed the exam.

To find resources in Spanish, navigate to the For the Educators drop-down menu on the top menu, and click Free Practice Test. The site provides free instructions and computer skill tutorials in Spanish as well as free Spanish practice tests for math, reasoning through language arts, science and social studies. All the files are viewable online or can be downloaded on a PC or laptop for offline viewing.

To search for testing locations in the United States, visit GED.com and click Locate a test center in the United States under Take Action on the category at the bottom of the homepage. Enter a ZIP code or a city and state into the search box to find a test center within the specified area.

The GED test is not available online. Test takers must appear in person and take the exam at an accredited testing center.

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