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Where can I take the GED® or HSED® test?

The NWTC test centers (located on the Green BayMarinette, and Sturgeon Bay campuses) administer the GED and HSED Tests.

How do I make an appointment to take the GED® or HSED® test?

Green Bay: HSED®/GED® Test Candidates should schedule their test appointments at https://ged.com/. To schedule Health or Civics tests, please schedule an appointment by calling (920) 498-5427.

Marinette: HSED®/GED® Test Candidates should schedule their test appointments at https://ged.com/. To schedule Health or Civics tests, please schedule an appointment by calling (715) 732-3874.

Sturgeon Bay: Please contact Sturgeon Bay's Chief GED® Test Examiner at (920) 746-4908.

How much does GED® Testing and HSED® Testing cost?

The TABE Reading and Math assessments, "Success Strategies" orientation session, and preparation courses are free.

See the testing fees. No refunds will be issued for test fees paid in advance. The same fees are applicable at all test centers.

What documentation must I provide to test?

You must provide proof of age, as well as a valid, unexpired, picture identification. Your driver's license is preferred. The name on the identification must match your name exactly.

If you have an out of state ID, you must have proof that you are a resident of Wisconsin. Examples would be: an electric/water bill, check statement, or payroll stub.

Is the GED® test offered in Spanish?

Yes. To select your exam in Spanish please go to https://ged.com/ and select "Español" on your dashboard.


For more Information about GED® Tests and HSED® Tests contact:

Green Bay Campus: (920) 498-5456 or (800) 422-NWTC, ext. 5456
Marinette Campus: (715) 732-3874 or (800) 422-NWTC, ext. 3874
Sturgeon Bay Campus: (920) 746-4908 or (800) 422-NWTC, ext. 4908

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