Motlow College recently announced that it will administer the General Educational Development (GED) test two times a month from mid-March through May. The five-part test will be given from 7:20 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 13, and 29; April 12 and 14; and May 10 and 17. Testing will take place in Crouch Center, room 1043, on the Moore County campus.
A high school diploma remains the primary ticket to many entry-level jobs. Having a diploma is often times the prerequisite for employment and occupational training and is required for post-secondary education. The GED credential provides adults with the opportunity to grow; whether through further education, enhanced employment or stature within the community.
Applicants are assigned test dates according to availability and must provide the following to be eligible for the test: a completed GED application; a check or money order for $50; a recent photo; and a notarized copy of the Official Practice Test and Eligibility for Enrollment Form if applicable. For complete information regarding the test, and future test dates, visit the Motlow website or contact the testing office at (931) 393-1762, (931) 393-1718, (931) 393-1763, or (800) 654-4877.