U.S. GED Certificate
The GED is an exam for equivalency for high school completion in the United States. Each State administers the test for its own residents. The GED cannot be completed outside of the U.S.
Maryland GED Test Programs
Maryland State Department of Education
200 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Maryland GED Information
To take the GED Tests in Maryland, applicants must be at least 16 years old, not be a high school graduate, have been a Maryland resident for at least three months at the time of testing, and have been officially withdrawn from a regular high school program for at least three months. Information on waivers for withdrawal and residency requirements can be obtained by contacting the GED office at the Maryland State Department of Education. For applications and additional information about the test, call 410-767-0538.
To sit for the test there is a $45 scheduling fee made payable to the GED Office, as well as specific eligibility requirements outlined on the application. The fee must accompany the application.
Find application forms and information at http://www.gogedgo.org/ged.html