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Wisconsin's GED/HSED Program

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New requirement for all GED and HSED Students
Effective July 1, 2016 all students who have not earned a GED or HSED will be required to pass a 100 question civics test with a score of 65 or better. The test may be scheduled through your account at www.ged.com, but it must be taken at an official testing center
 
 

GED Certificate or High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED)

If you have not completed high school and want to seek more education and/or improve your employability, you have some choices that can open the doors to your future.

First, you can take the General Educational Development (GED) tests, pass them, and receive a GED Certificate. Or, you may earn a High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED) -- explained below.

State GED and HSED Administration
ged/hsedadmin@dpi.wi.gov

Judith Stowell
Office Operations Associate
Email: judith.stowell@dpi.wi.gov
Phone: 608-267-9245 or toll free: 800-768-8886

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For questions about this information, contact Judy Stowell (608) 267-9245