The 2014 GED
Beginning January 2014 there is a newly overhauled GED in Colorado. Colorado uses GED to issue High School Equivalency Diplomas, and with the 2014 GED aligned to more rigorous standards, having this diploma will reflect test taker's readiness for postsecondary education and the workforce. Learn more below and sign up at GED.com to study for and schedule your GED test.
GED Ready Practice Test Guarantee
If you take the GED Ready practice test between Sept. 22 and Dec. 31, 2014, earn the "Likely to Pass" score, and take the corresponding GED test subject within 60 days and do not pass, you are eligible for a free retake in that subject. For more information on the GED Ready Practice Test Guarantee, including eligibility and scheduling, view the GED Ready practice test FAQs.
GED Testing Service provides reasonable and appropriate accommodations to individuals with documented disabilities who demonstrate a need for accommodations.
Typically the GED Test is only available to individuals seventeen (17) years of age and older. However, sixteen (16) year olds are able to take the GED Test if they are approved by the Colorado GED Office for a GED Age Waiver.
- 17 years of age or older
- Cannot be enrolled in or graduated from an accredited high school
- Not required to be a Colorado resident to test
You must register and schedule your test at GED.com before going to a testing center.
Find a Local Preparation Program
- Colorado Adult and Family Literacy Program Directory
- GED Testing Service Preparation Program Search Tool
Note: CDE does not endorse, recommend or favor any specific preparation program. Test takers should research the quality and cost of any program before signing up.
You must order your diploma or transcript through Diploma Sender. These are not issued automatically and the Colorado GED Office does not provide these documents.