General Educational Development (GED®)

Important Notice on Testing

Beginning January 1, 2014

GED Testing Service® released a new version of the GED® Test.

Test-takers who did not successfully complete the 2002 GED® Test Series and receive a GED® Diploma by December 31, 2013 will now have to meet the requirements of the new 2014 GED® Test Series.  Scores from the 2002 Series cannot be combined with scores from the new 2014 Series.

The GED® Tests cannot be taken online. The 2014 GED® Tests are computer-based tests (CBT) and can only be taken at an official GED® Testing Center. 

Release Form

If you are 16 or 17 years of age, you must complete the Release Form for 16 and 17 year olds for GED® Testing. Take the completed form to your testing site administrator.

To schedule testing go to:

The GED® Testing Program is used to certify high school-level knowledge and skills, and allows adults to prove what they know. The test provides a uniform measure of high school achievement, and is nationally recognized as a measure of high school knowledge and skills.

Upon passing the GED® Tests in Oklahoma, examinees will receive an Oklahoma State High School Diploma. For adults who have not earned a high school credential, passing the GED® Tests can be a first step towards a better future.

The 2014 GED® Test Content Areas Include:
  • Reasoning Through Language Arts (RLA)
  • Mathematical Reasoning
  • Science
  • Social Studies

The test are available in English and Spanish and delivered on a computer (not online).

To view Oklahoma GED® Testing policies click here

To schedule testing go to:

Testing Centers

For More Information, Contact:

Lifelong Learning Section
Oklahoma State Department of Education
2500 North Lincoln Boulevard, Room 115
Oklahoma City, OK  73105-4599
Toll Free  (800) 405-0355 or local, (405) 521-3321

Ordering GED Documents

Oklahoma’s selected provider for GED® document fulfillment is DiplomaSenderTM. To order all Oklahoma GED® documents such as transcripts or diplomas go to: You may choose to receive your document(s) by email, fax, or mail.

For website assistance or other inquiries, you may send an e-mail message to:

To place an order by phone, you may call (855)313-5799. Additional fees may apply for phone orders. 







Last updated on February 6, 2014