According to Illinois School Code,
the responsibility of administering the General Educational Development (GED®) Testing Program is entrusted to the Regional
Superintendent's Office. This is a series of five (5) tests covering Social
Studies, Science, Language Arts (writing), Language Arts (reading) and Math,
and United States Constitutions. Passing this series of tests entitles
registrants (17 years of age or older without a high school diploma) to
receive a high school equivalency certificate.
We are also custodians of
GED® records for individuals who tested in Will County
as well as Joliet Job Corps and all Will County Correctional Centers.
To register for the GED®, YOU MUST COME TO THE REGIONAL OFFICE OF EDUCATION
IN PERSON. WE ARE LOCATED AT:
702 W. MAPLE ST.
NEW LENOX, IL 60451
TO REGISTER, YOU WILL NEED:
- A valid Illinois Driver's License, Illinois
State Identification Card, or Matricula Consular Card with your correct
- If an individual is between 17-21 years of age
and has been enrolled in a public, private or home school setting in the
last 12 months, they must present a withdrawal letter from the last
- $50.00 application fee effective for July 2009
- Application fee payable by cash, personal
check or money order.
(No debit or credit)
- Proof of passing the Illinois
and Federal Constitution (if passed in an Illinois High School)
exempts you from having to take the Constitution portion of the GED® exam.
Please note the GED® testing is at:
Will County Office Building
Lower Level Auditorium
302 North Chicago Street
Joliet, Illinois 60432
JJC Romeoville Campus
1125 West Romeo Road
Romeoville, Illinois 60446
Recommended Practice Test Website: www.gedpractice.com
GED® testing dates.
2. Important frequently asked questions.
3. To request a GED transcript
GED Transcript Form