New York State. Education Department.
GED Testing Office
Address:P.O. Box 7348 Albany NY 12224-0348
World Wide Web: http://www.acces.nysed.gov/ged/
This program offers the High School Equivalency Test (GED test) for residents of New York State. Testing centers are located throughout the state. The GED Testing Office offers a hotline (518) 474-5906 for questions about GED testing policies and procedures. A new test will be implemented January 1, 2014. Those 17-24 who have taken the test after January 2002 must take it again in 2013 for their scores to be combined. You may call 718-557-2525 or go to www.GEDCompass.org for more information.
Mon.-Fri., 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Eligibility requirements include: non-graduation from high school or already qualified for the High School Equivalency Diploma; residency - you must have lived in New York State for at least one month; and age - you must be at least 19. Ages 16-18 may be eligible if they meet other requirements.
Forms are on the website
Fees/Methods of Payment:No required fee.
Services Offered:GED Instruction
Target Groups(By Need):High School Dropouts