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How to Get Your GED?

How to Get Your GED

  • 17-years-olds must have a “Director’s Recommendation for the GED Testing Program” with Section 2 withdrawal signed by Principal of last school attended and Section 3 waiver signed by Hamilton Co. Superintendent of Schools.
  • 18-year-olds must have the Section 2 withdrawal signed by the Principal of last school attended.

The waiver form may be obtained at

  •  The Hamilton Co. Board of Education offices
  •  Most area high schools
  •  The Chattanooga State Adult Education offices.

Do you think you need help preparing for the GED test?
Then follow these steps to enroll in FREE GED classes at Chattanooga State:

 Step One:

Attend Registration and TABE Assessment on Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. or at 4:45 p.m. at Chattanooga State Adult Education at Chattanooga State main campus on Amnicola Hwy. Bring your withdrawal and waiver form, if required. ( 2 � - 3 hours)  

Step Two:

Return to Chattanooga State Adult Ed for Orientation on Wednesday at 12:15 or at 4:45 to receive your test results and to schedule free GED classes. (2 - 2 � hours)

Step Three: Attend your scheduled classes and work with your teacher to reach your goals. You will be regularly retested to measure your progress.  

Step Four: When your TABE test scores indicate you are ready, we will schedule you to take the Official GED Practice Test(OPT)  

Step Five:

When your OPT scores indicate you are ready, you will receive your official OPT transcript and instructions on how to sign up for the GED test. Are you confident that you are already prepared for the GED test?
Then follow these steps to take the FREE Official GED Practice Test: (The GED Practice Test is required before you can take the GED)  

Step One:

Bring State-issued ID plus withdrawal and waiver form, if required, to Chattanooga State Adult Education office during regular office hours, Monday through Thursday 8:00 – 5:00 or Friday 8:00 – 3:00, to pre-register for the Official Practice Test (OPT).  

Step Two:

When you pre-register, you will fill out Registration forms and sign up for a Monday 4:00 p.m. or a Friday 9:00 a.m. Official Practice Test. You will receive information about test contents and an admission ticket for your scheduled OPT test. ( � hour)  

Step Three: Bring ID and your test ticket, and arrive on time on your scheduled test day, prepared to stay for 4 to 4 � hours. You will receive your test results and official transcript after you complete the test.  

Step Four: Take your State-issued ID, your OPT transcript, your original signed withdrawal/ waiver form, if required, and $55, to the GED Testing Center at Chattanooga State in Room 262 of the Student Center to pre-register for the Official GED Test. * If you are being referred to Adult Education by DHS Families First or Food Stamps, you will be given a special Registration and TABE Assessment day and time. See your caseworker for a referral and appointment. Please notify Adult Education staff if you are referred by DHS.


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