How do I get my GED from Pima Community College?

How do I get my GED from Pima Community College?

How to Register

  1. Step 1: Create a free profile at
  2. Step 2: Schedule and pay for your test online.
  3. Step 3: Show up on the date you chose at the testing center you selected.
  4. Step 4: Check your scores online at
  5. » » Learn more by reading our HSE Testing FAQ.

How much is it to get your GED in Arizona?

The GED® testing fee in Arizona is $140 for the complete test (computer-based) or $35 per module when done at a test center. Online testing will set you back $41 per subtest ($164 overall). You have the liberty to take the four subtests one (or more) at a time. Retesting is offered at a reduced rate.

What GPA do I need to get into Pima Community College?

Incoming freshmen, with less than 12 college credits, must have maintained a GPA of at least 3.5 at an accredited high school, and scored 90 or higher on both the reading and writing portions of the College assessment tests.

Does Pima Community College require SAT scores?

Official Test Scores: It is not a mandatory requirement and not all students submit their ACT and SAT scores. However, by submitting these official scores, a candidate can make a stronger claim for securing a seat at Pima Community College.

How much is a year at Pima?

Residents of Arizona pay an annual total price of $17,034 to attend Pima Community College on a full time basis. This fee is comprised of $2,088 for tuition, $1,920 for books and supplies and $162 for other fees. Out of state residents are charged a total cost of $22,350 which is 31.2% higher than Arizona residents.

Where can I take the GED test at PCC?

PCC offers the GED® test to earn a High School Equivalency (HSE) diploma. Students take the test on a computer at an authorized testing center. The test is offered in English and Spanish. The GED and Pearson VUE Authorized Testing Center is located at Downtown Campus.

What is Adult Basic Education at PCC?

Adult Basic Education Programs PCC Adult Basic Education for College & Career division includes classes in High School Equivalency (HSE) preparation, English Language Acquisition, Citizenship and more. These courses are free and open to the public. Courses are offered throughout the community and online to meet your busy schedules.

What are the requirements to pass the GED test in Arizona?

To pass the 2014 GED test for the purpose of receiving an Arizona High School Equivalency Diploma you must earn at least 145 points on each subject. As of Jan. 1, 2017, anyone who takes the GED in Arizona will also have to pass the Civics Test to get their HSE diploma.

How do I schedule a GED test online?

Students and community members can check availability and schedule their tests online today! Step 1: Create a free profile at If you need assistance call GED Testing Service at 1-877-EXAM-GED (392-6433). Step 2: Schedule and pay for your test online.