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Upgrading the Average GED Score
The candidate after being awarded with the GED diploma can still upgrade his average GED score. The average GED score can be upgraded by the candidate only if his employer asks him to do so. He can also upgrade his average GED score if a particular college or university in which he wants to take admission requires a higher average GED score and asks him to do so. In order to upgrade his current average GED score, the candidate has to first of all obtain a letter from his employer or educational institution. This letter should specify the minimum average GED scores that are required for employment purpose or for registration in a particular college or university. The candidate should get an approval before sitting for the GED test for upgrading his average GED score.
GED Retest Scores
In case the candidate is unable to obtain the minimum passing score i.e. 420 points, then he can appear for the GED retest in any of the five GED tests, so that he is able to bring the score at least nearer to the minimum score required. If after receiving the minimum passing score of 420 points in each of the GED tests, the total score of the candidate remains still less than 2250, then he may take the retest in any one of the five GED tests of his choice. It should be kept in mind that the test form should be different from one that he had taken earlier. The GED retest scores will be considered as invalid if the candidate will appear for GED retest on the same form. As there are just three test forms available, the candidate can take the test only three times in a particular year.
Nearly all colleges and universities in America and Canada recognize the average GED scores and thus admit the GED candidate into their institutions. The average GED score that a candidate secures is usually kept as classified and is not openly displayed. The total GED score that a candidate needs to have is 2250 and the average GED score required is 450.
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