• GED Testing

    GED Testing ServiceClackamas Community College is a certified GED® testing site that offers the official exams that lead to a GED certificate. Tests are offered in English and Spanish-language formats.



    The Clackamas Community College Testing Center offers the 2014 computer-based GED tests via Pearson Vue. Students preparing for the 2014 GED® program can sign up at GED.com . For information about GED transcripts (if you have completed your GED) visit diplomasender.com.

  • How to Earn a GED® with CCC

    1. Prepare & study... if you want to.
    • 503-594-3233 for more information about free GED® practice tests.
    • 503-594-3233 for more information about low-cost GED® preparation classes taught in English.
    • 503-594-3029 for more information about low-cost GED® preparation classes taught in Spanish.
    • You can check out GED® preparation books at the library.
    • You can drop into the SMART Learning Lab in Dye 129.
    • You can go to www.gedpractice.com
    2. Computer Based Version of the GED Exam
    • The Clackamas Community College Testing Center is an authorized Pearson VUE Testing Center
    • Tests are available Monday through Friday. 9:00am-3:00pm by appointment.
    • Cost of each test will be $38 per test. Payments are made at GED.com when appointments are scheduled.
    • There are 4 easy-to-use CBT Tutorial Videos now available at http://www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/test-on-computer-tutorials

    *If you believe you have a disability and need testing accommodations, please visit the GED accommodations web page for more information by clicking on the following link GED Accommodations.

    3. Schedule & Take Tests

    Contact GED.com to schedule your GED test.

    Arrive 15 minutes early with your ID.

    Check-in is 15 minutes before each test and requires government-issued photo ID.  If you are not present at check-in or do not have your ID, you will not be allowed to test.

    4. Earn Your GED!
    • You are a GED® credential holder as soon as you pass all 4 tests.
    • You will need to order your FREE Diploma and Transcript from Diploma Sender at www.diplomasender.com
    •  You are invited to attend the full graduation ceremony in June.
  • If you believe you have a disability and need accommodations, call 503-594-3193 

  • Contact our Testing Department

    Oregon City - 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

    Email us: testing@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-3283

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