Get Your GED
Value of the Utah High School Completion Diploma
As of July 1, 2009, a Utah GED examinee passing the GED Tests at Utah standards receives a Utah High School Completion Diploma. Prior to July 1, 2009, a person passing Utah GED Tests received a General Educational Development Certificate. The market value remains the same. The GED credential is widely accepted by post-secondary institutions and employers.
Prior to July 1, 2009, persons passing the GED Tests could receive a maximum of five (5) units of credit toward an Adult Education Secondary Diploma. This practice ceased as of July 1, 2009.
Persons who passed the GED Tests in Utah between January 1, 2002 and June 30, 2009, may exchange their GED Certificate for a Utah High School Completion Diploma by completing and following the instructions on the exchange form.
The cost to exchange a GED Certificate for a Utah High School Completion Diploma is $15.00 Please use the Exchange Form for GED® Certificate to Utah High School Completion Diploma
Preparing for the GED Tests and Registration Procedures
Part 1 - Preparing for the GED Tests
Preparing for the GED Tests
Trisha A. Hedin
The AEC offers assistance in preparing for the GED Tests, practice materials, individualized and personalized instruction. AEC is open Monday through Friday 8a.m. to 8p.m. during the school year.
A fee of $1 per session is charged. We ask that each individual purchase a $10 "punch card" which will be good for 10 sessions ($100 tuition cap per year).
c. You MUST bring current photo identification. (must be current --no Exceptions)
DMV ID card
other forms of government issued identification that shows name, address, and date of birth, signature, and a photograph.
What should I NOT bring to the testing session?
Cell phones, pagers, portable music players, hand-held electronic games, cameras, calculators, pens/pencils and items NOT allowed at the tester's seat.
Utah State University Moab * 125 West 200 South * Moab UT 84532 *435-259-7432
MILITARY RECRUITING AND GED TESTING
Be sure that you talk thoroughly with your military recruiter before you choose to take GED Tests for military entry. There may be some issues that may affect you unless you know all aspects about GED Tests and the military.