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Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency Test CenterCoastal Bend College - Beeville Site Roberta Kreis - Testing CoordinatorPhone: (361) 354-2244Coastal Bend College is a test center for the GED® test through Pearson VUE.
Announcement: The 2014 GED® test for the Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency is computer-based. Announcement: 1/26/16 - Per the GED Testing Service:Effective immediately, the passing score for each GED subject area is now 145 instead of 150, in most states. This means if a student achieves a score of 145 or higher, they have passed that subject area. The updated score levels will be reflected in a tester's score report in GED.com on March 1, 2016, but until then testers should know that if they score 145 or higher, they have passed and there is no need to re-take that test subject. Additionally, on March 1, any test taken since January 1, 2014 with a score between 145 -149 will be automatically updated to show that a student passed. Students who have credentialed as a result of this change will receive their credential soon after March 1.
The content of the new exam will be aligned
to career and college readiness content standards.
There will be four areas on the exam: Reasoning
through Language Arts - which will combine the current Reading and Writing
components/ Mathematical Reasoning / Science/ and Social Studies.Each exam will be
Amount of time needed
Reasoning through Language Arts
155 minutes (including a 10-minute break
is the 2014 GED® test scored and what score is passing?
The 2014 GED ® test is scored by computer.
The passing standard on each module will be set at a score of 145 (effective 1/26/16) 150 on a scale
of approximately 100 to 200. Scores will be available online at an examinee's MyGEDTM account at www.GED.com the same day he or she tests.
Appointment Steps and information
To make a reservation to test at Coastal Bend
College for the Computer-Based GED - Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency - in 2016 - go to www.ged.com. See below information from the "Frequently Asked Questions" area of the GED Testing Services website.
Do students register online for the new GED® test?
Yes. Students register online for the GED® test on computer using their MyGEDTM account at www.GED.com.
What will the new registration process consist of?
The registration process for the 2014 GED® test is much simpler. Students are required to sign up for a MyGEDTM account at www.GED.com and then they are able to access the dashboard full of information about studying, test day, scheduling, scoring, and college and career opportunities. When students are eligible to schedule, they can go log in 24/7 to www.GED.com, click "Start scheduling" on their dashboard, complete the demographic questions, schedule one test or multiple tests at a time, and pay for their appointment.
Will testers still be able to take one test at a time on different dates?
Yes. Test-takers can test on what they want, when they want, and where they want. This way they feel prepared every time.
If you have questions about how to register
online for the GED exam, please review the FAQ's website.
The fee is $36.25 per exam or a total of
$145.00 that you will pay with a credit card when you are completing your
online GED reservation.
To see the dates that Coastal Bend College in
Beeville will administer the Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency exam - click here GED Test Schedule
For the first portion of the Math GED - Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency exam you
may use the on-screen TI-30XS calculator.
For more information please go to the
following website: http://www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/calculator
Prepare for the GED® exam - Texas Certificate of High School Equivalency exam - http://www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/prepare.
Here are directions
to the testing department.
will be provided for exam - no paper allowed in exam room.
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GED series of exam
On the day of the exam - all personal belongings will be collected before you are allowed in the testing room. The testing center will not be responsible for any lost or stolen items. The only item you may take into the testing room will be your government-issued Photo ID.
page revised on 9/28/16Coastal Bend College does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, gender, age, or disability.)