Learn about special arrangements for people with special circumstances.
What accommodations are available if I have a documented disability?
If you have a documented disability that prevents you from writing the GED® tests in the way they are usually given, you might be entitled to receive testing accommodations.
- Accommodations are available for people with (but not limited to) the following:
- Physical disabilities (such as blindness, low vision, deafness, impaired hearing, or mobility impairments)
- Learning disabilities (such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, receptive aphasia, or written language disorder)
- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
- Psychological disabilities (such as bipolar disorder or Tourette's syndrome)
- Chronic health issues
- Audiocassette edition
- Braille edition
- Large-print edition (available upon request; no documentation required)
- Use of a scribe
- Extended time; supervised extra breaks
- Use of a private room
- Other reasonable accommodations as warranted, based on individual needs
Registering for GED® testing with special accommodations: Three simple steps
Complete the form with the documentation of your disability.
Upon document completion and advocate or diagnostician approval; you will need to complete registration, click here and upload your documentation under special accommodations