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Temecula Valley Adult School offers a complete preparation and testing facility. We successfully prepare students on the GED exam questions in the most efficient way possible! How Can I prepare for the GED Exam? We recommend that all those signing up for the GED EXAM attend our GED classes to prepare and practice. We offer official practice tests as well as personal and computer instruction. Enrollment in the GED preparation classes does not sign you up for the GED exam. You will have to sign up and pay for the GED exam separately. GED preparation classes are every Tuesday & Thursday from 4:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M. How much is the GED Exam? $125 money order only (non refundable) payable to OCDE and $20 cash only for a TVAS administrative/materials fee. No personal checks please. Retake tests are per subject area and cost $20 money order (non refundable) payable to OCDE and $5 cash only for a TVAS administrative/materials fee. 2009-2010 GED EXAM DATES: No testing in July and August All Exams have a 3:30 p.m. check in time October 6th and 8th March 2nd and 4thth November 3rd and 5th April 13th and 15th December 8th and 10th May 4th and 6th January 12th and 14th June 1st and 3rd February 2nd and 4th June 22nd and 23rd Where do I sign up? Temecula Valley Adult School Office, 31340 Rancho Vista Rd, Temecula Cross street is Margarita Road. We are across from TVHS. You must be 18 years or older or at least 60 days from your 18th birthday. Please bring a valid Driver’s license or a California ID and a copy of your last GED Exam if you took the test outside of California Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday: 9:00 a.m.-5:00pm Tuesday and Thursday: 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Friday: CLOSED Phone number: 951-506-7996 School web site: www.tvusd.k12.ca.us/Schools/Sites/tvas.htm What are the GED Tests? The GED exam is a battery of five tests and the overall GED test takes seven or more hours to complete. The GED tests are administered many times a year. The GED tests centers are spread across the USA and Canada. We administer the GED over two days. The following information is an example (subject to change without notice) of what test subjects you will be tested on for Day 1 and Day 2. Day 1 GED Test Area Number of Questions Time Limit Language Arts Writing Part I 50 questions 75 minutes Language Arts Writing Part II 1 essay 45 minutes Science 50 questions 80 minutes Day 2 GED Test Area Number of Questions Time Limits Mathematics 50 questions 90 minutes Social Studies 50 questions 70 minutes Language Arts Reading 40 questions 65 minutes What are the requirements for taking and passing the GED test? To get a GED certificate you must: Receive a minimum standard score of 410 or more on an individual test Receive an overall average score of 450 on the five tests combined. What if I do not pass the GED the first time? GED Testing Service permits GED test candidates to test up to three times per calendar year (January 1 to December 31). You only need to retake the tests you do not pass. There is a fee for retaking tests. The fee must be paid when you schedule a retest. Contact the TVAS office for the costs of retaking tests. What happens if I sign up for a test but can’t test that day? If you scheduled a GED exam or retest date and do not show for the test, you will lose your money, and you will have to reschedule and pay again. To avoid losing your test fee payment, call or come into the TVAS office and reschedule before the test date. There is a $25.00 reschedule fee that must be paid. Rescheduling a test date can only be done one time. If you have to reschedule more than once, you will have to pay for the entire test. When do I get my results? On the first day of the exam you will be given instructions on when your tests results will be available and how to obtain them.
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