Union County, Ohio

GED Information

The General Educational Development (GED) Test provides many Ohioans who did not finish high school an opportunity to earn an Ohio High School Equivalence Diploma. Like a regular high school diploma, the GED diploma gives the diploma holder the opportunity to obtain employment, to apply for career advancement, to pursue higher education goals, or to reach a personal goal. Earning an Ohio GED High School Equivalence Diploma is something to be proud of! (This information was taken from the ODE website: Ohio Department of Education - GED - FAQ )

Score Requirements

There are two scoring requirements an applicant must achieve to earn an Ohio GED.

The applicant must earn a minimum total score of 2250 points; and
The applicant must earn a minimum sub-test score of 410 points on each of the five subjects.
NOTE: Earning 410 points on each of the sub-test subjects does NOT meet the minimum total score requirement of 2250 points.

The five subjects tested on the GED are Language Arts-Writing, Language Arts-Reading, Science, Social Studies and Mathematics. All tests are based on a 12th-grade curriculum. (This information was taken from the ODE website-: Ohio Department of Education- GED- FAQ )

Locally offered GED Test Schedule

Click here for the times and locations of tests given locally or call for the latest schedule:  937-644-2796 or 877-585-4833.

Ten Quick Steps to earn your GED

Ten Quick Steps