GED and Constitution Information:
GED Testing is done at Richland Community College Testing Center.
To take the GED, students must go through the MyGED portal to register, schedule, and pay for the test. https://app.ged.com/login
The cost to take the GED test is $30 per test module. A total of 4 test modules comprise the GED test.
GED Prep Classes are available at Richland Community College. More information regarding these classes is available on the RCC Adult Ed Facebook site or on their website at https://www.richland.edu/newstudents/adulted/ or by calling 217-875-7211 Ext 6355.
The Constitution Test has been suspended until January 31, 2022. No Constitution Test is required in order to obtain a high school equivalency certificate. This applies to new applicants and also to those prior to February 1, 2021.
In order to earn an Illinois High School Equivalency Certificate, students must take and pass the Constitution test. If a student took the test while still in high school, they must provide an official transcript from that school. If they did not, the test can be taken at Richland Community College.
The Constitution Test is free. Students should call the Testing Center at RCC at 217-875-7211 Ext 6238. Students must make an appointment to take it, or may take the test while taking a GED exam.
Students may also take a HiSet Test to obtain an Illinois High School Equivalency Certificate. This test is available online and on paper.
Or for general information or to set up a HiSet Account visit:
ROE #39 offers the paper version BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Once you have set up your HiSet account, please call MaryLynn Mann at 217-872-3721 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOR MORE INFORMATION on both the GED and HiSet, please visit