* TABE scores are valid for 6 months
** Wisconsin requires students to obtain counseling from an approved educational advisor in order to take the GED® test. This GED/HSED Orientation course is designed to determine your eligibility to be granted a GED or HSED and to satisfy this counseling requirement.
You must be at least 18.5 or your 9th-grade class must have graduated high school.
You are not enrolled in any public or private high school.
You have lived in Wisconsin for at least ten days, or be a migrant worker, or the child of a migrant worker.
GED Orientation Course Objectives:
- Determine the options available to you to earn a GED or HSED
- Complete activities necessary to work toward an identified goal, career, or occupation
- Develop a plan for completion of one of the GED/HSED options
You will not be able to schedule tests prior to fulfilling this requirement. If you have completed GED/HSED Orientation (at Blackhawk or elsewhere) and have an approved GED.com account, you are eligible to schedule your test.