ATTENTION!

We now have High School Equivalency/ G.E.D 


What is the GED?

The General Education Development (GED) exam is a battery of four tests administered nationally in order to provide high school equivalency certification. You will be tested in math, science, social studies, and reasoning through language arts. To qualify for a New Mexico High School Diploma, you must earn a minimum standard score of 150 in each test.

How can a GED be used? 
The GED may be used for entrance into post-secondary education vocational schools, colleges, and universities, the U.S. military, and employment opportunities.

What are the eligibility requirements to take the GED test?

  • Must be at least 16 years of age
  • Cannot be enrolled in an accredited public or private school
  • Cannot be a qualified high school graduate, earned a HS diploma, or an equivalency certificate, in the US or Canada. 


NLLC offers the General Educational Development (GED) Tests to all eligible candidates. 

   Get started now! Click the link for GED Registration Application

$25 Fee




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How to Register for the GED Exam



You can register for the GED Exam the following ways:

  • In person at our office location.  

              -GAMERCO NM (near Gallup)
  

  •  Online at www.gedtestingservice.com. Follow the directions on the website. If you need more assistance, feel free to call us at (505) 722-8973


  • If you have tested at another center, we must receive an official transcript before your record will be complete.


Registration Payment
COMPUTER BASED EXAM IS $30 ($10 for re-testing)
PRACTICE TESTS ARE $6


  • Payment can be made at the time of registration.


Request GED Test Results, Transcript and Diploma

You can access your GED test results and order your Official GED Transcript and Diploma by registering with www.DiplomaSender.com.

16 and 17 Year Olds
In order to register for the General Educational Development (GED) exam

  • Examinee must be at least 16 years old
  • Complete the withdrawal process from your school district
  • Complete the Underage Verification Form (UVF)


Examinees must bring the completed UVF form to one of our Assessment Centers.For more information visit:
www.gedtestingservice.com