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225 COLLEGE PARK DRIVE • WEATHERFORD, TX 76086 • 817-594-5471 / 800-287-5471
GED Advisory against Misleading GED Claims
Please be advised that the GED Certificate can be neither earned nor obtained via the Internet or through correspondence programs. The Tests of General Educational Development (GED Tests)--developed by the General Educational Development Testing Service of the American Council on Education (GED Testing Service) require extensive preparation and the demonstration of a high level of high school knowledge and academic skills. The GED Tests are administered in Texas only at Official GED Testing Centers under the direction of the Texas Education Agency (TEA) GED Unit. Any other high school equivalency certificates not issued by TEA or another jurisdictional GED testing authority may be of dubious value and may not be accepted by employers, colleges and universities, or the military.
GED TESTING SERVICE STATEMENT ON RESPONSIBILITIES OF TEST TAKERS AND OWNERSHIP OF TESTS, SCORES AND DATA The American Council on Education® owns the GED Tests, the questions, and answers. If you are taking the GED Tests, you must agree to keep the questions and answers secret. You may not get any help from anyone except the GED Examiner. You must return all tests and other items to the GED Examiner at the end of your test.
You must not disclose test questions to anyone. If you do, it may be a violation of law, and you may be prosecuted and your test scores may be canceled.The places that give the GED Tests may use GED testing information and may share that information with GED Testing Service®.
GED Testing Service understands that some information about you is private, like your name, address, ID number, date of birth, and test scores. GED Testing Service will not give out the private information without your permission.You can tell GED Testing Service whether or not GED Testing Service may contact you for follow-up research. GED Testing Service does allow some research about the GED Tests and test-takers, but does not allow your private information to be identified in the research. Sometimes the law requires GED Testing Service to provide private information, and sometimes GED Testing Service has to investigate fraud or other violations using some private information. The place where you take the GED Tests also has some rights to your private information. Errors can occur, but GED Testing Service tries its best to protect your private information. You may ask questions about the GED Testing Service policies at
PRE-REGISTRATION FOR THE GED TEST
Registration is from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday.
Person testing must register in person.
First, pay $90.00 in the business office. The business office requires payment be made by cash, credit card, or money order. Personal checks are not accepted. The retest fee is $10.00 per test.
Second, bring receipt for payment, valid picture ID (must be government issued), and Social Security card (last income tax form is the only other acceptable verification) to the testing center office, room 108 in the Student Services Building.
Third, the examinee will complete an application. The testing center staff will make a copy of the examinee's receipt, picture ID, and social security card and attach to the examinee's application. All first-time examinees will complete an online demographic form required by GEDTS in Washington. The testing center staff will approve eligibility and assign a testing date. The examinee is given an appointment sheet listing the testing date, testing schedule, and information about test day.
The legal age to take the GED is 18.
At 17, the examinee must have parental permission and a withdrawal form completed and signed by a school official from the school last attended. If the 17 year old has been attending an HSEP center, an authorization to test form from that center must be presented at the time of pre-registration.
At 16, the examinee must have a court order.
The required Demographic Form is now available online. This can be completed before you come to Weatherford College to pre-register for the GED test.
Please go to the following link: https://utdirect.utexas.edu/ecweb/DEMO_2.0
On the right, click on I need a UT EID.
On the left, click on GET UT EID.
Read message and click CONTINUE.
The first four questions should be answered: NO.
Read each page and complete the information asked. Click CONTINUE
Create a password. It must be at least 8 characters with numbers and letters.
Be sure to write down what you enter as your password and your assigned UT EID.
Log on: https://utdirect.utexas.edu/ecweb/DEMO_2.0
Click on “Complete the Online Demographic Form”.
Follow the steps and complete the demographic form.
The final entry will be to choose a testing center.
The four-digit code for Weatherford College is: 2050