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1. What are the GED® tests?
2. How can I prepare to take the tests?
3. Where can I take the test?
4. What do the GED® tests look like?

5. What if Iím only 16 years old?
    In the State of Florida GED® candidates must be at least 18 years of age or older unless they have been granted a GED® age waiver by the local School Board. Contact the GED® Chief Examiner in your county to find out how you can qualify to take the GED® test if you are 16 or 17 years of age. GED® age waiver requirements vary between school districts.

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6. How do I know if I passed the GEDģ tests?
7. How do I get my Transcript or Diploma?