GED Testing Service is a joint venture between the American Council on Education (ACE) and Pearson. The organization was formed in 2011 and was modeled to represent a public-private partnership. It builds on its past experience in adult and continuing education by harnessing the considerable resources of Pearson, the world’s largest education and testing company, with the nearly 70-year history of ACE to expand access to the GED ® test, ensure its quality and integrity, and adapt the GED ® test to the skills needed in the 21st century.
11. What are the GED test score points?
Required minimum standard score of 410 on each test. (Max possible: 800)
Required total score of 2250 of all GED tests. (450 x 5 tests = 2250)
Average total score may not be less than 450.
Total Score 2750-2990 is Honors
Total Score 3000 or greater is High Honors
12. How do I get my test scores?
Green Bay students: GED test scores are available 2-3 weeks after taking a test. This score will be available in the Assessment Center after it is evaluated by the Wisconsin GED scoring center. These scores will NOT be mailed. You may get the score when you come for the next test. Please do not call for test scores.