GED Information

GED Information

GED Classes

For more information on GED classes near you, please visit the Ohio Department of Education's webpage at:

 
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Per House Bill 113, Ohio Revised Code 3301.81 - Effective Date: Sept. 14, 2016
Rule: Ohio Administrative Code 3301-41-01 (The rule is currently going through a rule change process)
To take the Ohio High School Equivalence tests, an eligible applicant must meet the following criteria:
· A test applicant must be at least 18 years of age.
· A test applicant must be officially withdrawn from school.
· A test applicant may not have received a high school diploma or honors diploma awarded under section 3313.61, 3313.611, 3313.612, or 3325.08 of the Ohio Revised Code.
· A copy of the withdrawal form signed by a school official must be submitted to State of Ohio High School Equivalence Office.
 
Test applicants who are a minimum age of 16 years, but less than 18 years of age may apply under the
following criteria:
 
· A test applicant must be officially withdrawn from school.
· A test applicant may not have received a high school diploma or honors diploma awarded under section 3313.61, 3313.611, 3313.612, or 3325.08 of the Ohio Revised Code.
· A copy of the withdrawal form signed by a school official must be submitted to State of Ohio High School Equivalence Office.
· A test applicant must provide written approval from the parent, guardian or court official. A signed and notarized consent form or consent form (RTF) must be submitted to the State of Ohio High School Equivalence Office.
 
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