GED® CLasses and the computer-based GED® Examination

San Juan College offers both preparation classes as well as the computer-based GED® Exam. The Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program at San Juan College offers instruction to adults who do not have a high school diploma and offers free non-credit clases in basic reading, math, and writing to prepare for the final GED® test. For more information on the ABE program, visit or call (505) 566-3270.

For a limited time (September 22 – October 3, 2014), San Juan College Adult Education Program will be offering free GED® practice tests through the See for Free program.

If you are unable to attend GED® preparation classes, you can purchase the official GED® Practice Test online, by visiting, or logging in to Each site allows you to choose your subject, answer thousands of practice questions, and receive instant practice test scores. A shorter, free practice test is also offered, but only includes a portion of the skills tested. 

Some free online tutorial websites that focus on computer literacy, keyboarding, mouse, and calculator skills:

The 2014 GED® Test is computer-based and contains four modules:

Science (90 minutes)
Reasoning through Language Arts
(150 minutes, including a 10-minute break)

Social Studies (90 minutes)
Mathematical Reasoning (115 minutes)

Cost Scoring Retakes Completion

Cost of the full battery is $120, but can be paid per test ($30), if the test taker prefers to register and take only one test subject at a time.

Test takers need a score of 150 (or higher) on each of the four content modules in order to be eligible to receive a high school equivalency credential (diploma).

New Mexico’s jurisdictional policy currently allows students to retake modules within the GED® test before completing all four modules.

There is a 30-day waiting period between test attempts, but GED Testing Services® will waive fees for two free retakes (per module). Cost of retaking each module thereafter is $30.

Scores are valid for three years beginning from the moment the first test is taken until all four tests are passed with a score of 150 or higher.


How to begin the scheduling process


GED® Transcript and diploma requests

If you have completed your GED® at San Juan College or in the State of New Mexico, you can purchase a copy of your transcript or diploma through Cost of each request is $18 and can be paid by credit/debit card or money order/cashier check.

To find a transcript request for another state:

  1. Go to
  2. Search for: the state's abbreviation, "GED", and "transcript", as in "AZ GED Transcript"
  3. The webpage for your state's GED department should be one of the first listings that appear.