As of 2014, students can usually expect to receive GED scores within 24 hours of completing the test. The increased turnaround time is the result of an automated scoring system applied to 97 percent of submitted GED exam... More »

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According to the GED Testing Service, as of 2014, test results are available within three hours of taking the computer-based GED. This information is presented for all content areas: Reasoning Through Language Arts, Math... More »

As of 2014, the GED is not available online. It is a computer-based exam that must be taken at a testing center. There are 1700 testing sites spread throughout the United States. More »

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In New York State, GED test scores can be accessed by mail or online through the New York State Department of Education's website. The state has discontinued use of the automated phone system that allowed test takers to ... More »

Positive aspects of No Child Left Behind include improved test scores, a narrower achievement gap between minority and Caucasian students, classes being taught by better-qualified teachers, and the opportunity for studen... More »

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A person interprets CogAT scores by comparing the student's universal scaled scores for each test section with national average scores for all students. The person also reviews standard age scores, percentile ranks and s... More »

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According to the GED Testing Service, passing grades are based on scores, not percentages. Although some states set their own passing standards, most follow the Testing Service standard, which is a combined score of at l... More »