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How to Get Your GED

Visit the State of Maryland's website for more information:

  • Visit the GED Testing Service website for information about the GED® test, preparation resources, registration and scheduling.

  • Selected authorized GED® test centers are now open for in-person computerized testing complying with all COVID-19 requirements.

  • NEW: Securely monitored remote Online Proctored GED® tests (OP) currently being piloted for qualified testers 18 years old and older.

  • NEW: Identification required for in-person or remote testing verifying identity and MD residency has changed due to the current health emergency.

  • All applicants under 19 years of age must provide proof of official school withdrawal or verification of home instruction.

  • A Maryland High School Diploma is awarded to those passing all four modules of the GED® tests.


For more details and for a link to the current class calendar visit the Worcester County Board of Education website:

Online registration form:

To request a current schedule, call the Adult Education Office at 410-632-5071 or email



GED website:

What is a GED?

Frequently Asked Questions about the GED:

Cost per subject (in the state of Maryland): $11.25

Total test=$45.00

Test Subjects: 

  • Mathematical Reasoning
  • Reasoning Through Language Arts 
  • Social Studies
  • Science 





Worcester County Library - 307 North Washington Street, Snow Hill, Maryland 21863 Email: | Phone: 410-632-2600 | Fax: 410-632-1159