HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) The Horry County School program of Adult and Community Education will be the first to administer computerized GED test in the state.
The first test will be given on Thursday, June 28 at Conway Education Center. The GED test is comprised of five sub test: Reading, Writing, Math, Science and Social Studies. The entire test takes about 7 hours with 10 minute breaks between each sub test.
Students are encouraged to register for no more than three tests in one day. The fee for each sub test is $30.
Students may register for the GED test at www.gedcomputer.com. The test will be administered on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday each week at Conway Education Center at 1620 Sherwood Drive.
In January 2014 the new GED testing will be a mandated computerized test. Horry County Adult Education is currently incorporating the computerized testing to facilitate a smooth transition to the 2014 testing.
For future test dates go to http://www.edtheturtle.com and for further questions call 843-488-6200.