GED/TxCHSE TestingTexas Certificate of High School Equivalency

Advantages of a GED/TxCHSE

  • Alternative to traditional school
  • May qualify student for college or technical school admission
  • Employment opportunities/Job qualification
  • Increase earning potential

TAke the GED/TxCHSE Test @ MC

The TxCHSE test is offered in English and Spanish. The computer-based test consists of four individual tests:

  • Reasoning Through Language Arts
  • Mathematical Reasoning
  • Social Studies
  • Science


Ready to sign-up?

Students register online, then take the test on the computer at Midland College's TxCHSE Testing Center. If you need assistance registering for your test, call the GED® Testing Service at (877) 392-6433.


Register for the GED

Need your certificate?

Visit the Texas Education Agency (TEA) website to request a purchase a copy of your Certificate of High School Equivalency test scores.

TEA Website - Certificate of High School Equivalency



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The time needed to pass your GED® test will depend on you! If you enroll in classes, you will be required to commit to a minimum of 40 hours of attendance. The length of time you require will depend on how much you already know, how much you need to review and learn, and on the amount of effort you are willing to give. You need to plan to complete and pass all four tests with a combined score of 580 minimum.

Each student is tested on his knowledge in reading, writing, and math during orientation. The short assessment will show what skills you have already mastered, and what skills need to be perfected. Students will be tested periodically through the course to check on the progress each student is making.

When you have shown sufficient progress, you will have the opportunity to take a practice test to determine if you are ready for the official test.

Come to class as often as possible - You will learn faster and better.

Tell others about the class - They may enroll with you and help you study.

Talk to your teacher if you can no longer come to class.

Tell the teacher when you take the GED® test.

There is a required GED textbook that will need to be purchased. All supporting study material will be provided to you.

Four content areas:

Reasoning Through Language Arts (RLA) (145 minutes)

  • Section 1 (35 minutes*)
  • Section 2 (45 minutes)
  • Student Break (10 minutes)
  • Section 3 (60 minutes*)

*The time allotted for sections 1 and 3 may vary slightly, but the total test time will always be 150 minutes.

Mathematical Reasoning (115 minutes)

  • Part 1 - calculators not allowed
  • Part 2 - calculators allowed

Science (90 minutes)

Social Studies (70 minutes)

Students can test three times on the same subject without waiting. After the third attempt, there is a 60-day waiting period before trying again.

GED® Testing Service is a joint venture of the American Council on Education and Pearson VUE.

GED® and GED® Testing Service® are registered trademarks of the American Council on Education and may not be used or reproduced without express written permission. The GED® and GED® Testing Service® brands are administered by GED® Testing Service LLC under license from the American Council on Education.


Locations & Hours

Midland - Main Campus

Testing Center

Scharbauer Student Center, Room 260
3600 N. Garfield 
Midland, TX 79705

Enter from the north entrance (facing the Bookstore), and the Testing Center is the first door on the left.



Mondays & Tuesdays
11 am - 4 pm

GED Test Administrator

(432) 686-4211

Fort Stockton - WRTTC

Resource Lab

1309 W. Interstate Highway 10
Fort Stockton, TX 79735
(432) 336-7882



Tuesdays & Wednesdays
8 am - 2 pm

Questions about GED Courses?

Visit our page to learn more:

GED Courses @ MC

Adult Education Department
(432) 685-4700

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