Testing Services

Services Provided

Placement Testing
GED Testing
CLEP Testing
Test Proctoring for Distance Learning Classes

Evaluation Technician

Jerri Lukens


(928) 428-8491


(928) 428-2074



Student Services building,
Counseling Department

Call for current office hours.

A valid picture ID – Driver’s license, state issued identification or in some cases, school ID - must be presented before you are allowed to test in the Testing Center.


GED® (General Education Diploma) Testing

2014 GED® Program is Here!

Arizona is now offering the 2014 GED® exam. Learn more below or sign up today at Once you create a MyGED™ account it will become your online portal to sign up, study, schedule, check scores, and more.


More about the 2014 GED

The GED® test has been updated to make sure it measures what graduating high school seniors know and what colleges and employers will expect of you. There are four parts to the exam:

Subject Area

Time Limit

Reasoning Through Language Arts

2 hours 30 minutes (including 10 minute break)

Social Studies

1 hour 30 minutes


1 hour 30 minutes

Mathematical Reasoning

1 hour 55 minutes


The exam is computer-based (NOT Internet-based) and available in both English and Spanish.


Scheduling the GED

Registration is simple in 2014. Simply sign up for MyGED™ at and you will get information about local policies, how to request modified testing conditions (accommodations), or you'll be able to schedule right then. Or you can call 877-392-6433.

Scheduling is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week with MyGED™ at Log in and click on "Schedule Test" on the top. Once you complete the scheduling questions you'll be directed to choose your language, subject, and the day and time that works best for you to test. You can also schedule one test at a time to make sure you feel prepared every time.

How to sign up for the 2014 GED

How to schedule the 2014 GED


Cost of the 2014 GED

You can pay as you go with the GED® test. This means you can pay for each subject individually or when you are ready to test. The 2014 GED test costs $35 per module or $140 for all four tests. The first two retests in each subject cost $15 each. The next three retests will cost $35 each.


GED Retesting

A GED candidate can take the GED test six times per year. The first three times can be taken any time, with no waiting period. If you need to retake the subject a 4th, 5th or 6th time during the year, you must wait 60 days from the last time you took the test.


Preparing for the GED

Eastern Arizona College offers GED preparation classes throughout the year. Visit the Adult Education page for more information or call (928) 428-6260.

Or sign up for MyGED™ at and click on "Study" to find tools, free practice test questions here, and GED Ready™: The Official Practice Test.  The cost to take the Official Practice Test online is $6 per module or $24 for all 4 subjects.
If you are new to computer based testing the GED® Test on Computer Tutorial offers examples of the types of questions presented on the GED and how to input answers.

The Arizona Department of Education offers GED preparation tips, sample questions, and transcript information.

  1. Go to:http://www.

  2. Click: All Programs

  3. Select: GED (General Educational Development) Testing

GED Testing Service has published videos introducing the 2014 GED® program. These and other helpful videos can also be found on the GED You Tube channel.


Scores and transcripts

On the 2014 GED® test you need to earn at least 150 points on each subject to pass. To get Your 2014 GED Scores  you must log in to MyGED™ at

If you passed the GED during 2013 or earlier you may view GED scores and print or save an official GED transcript online. You will need the access code provided when you scheduled your GED to access your transcript.

If you completed your GED in Arizona but have misplaced your access code, bring two forms of ID to the Thatcher campus and the GED administrator will check for your code.  Call (928) 428-8491 for more information.  If you no longer reside in the local area or are unable to appear in person, call GED Client Services at (602) 258-2410.


CLEP Testing

College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

By appointment only. Contact EAC Testing Office at (928) 428-8491 or


What is CLEP?

The CLEP is a nationally recognized and widely accepted "credit-by-exam" program that offers 33 subjects corresponding to specific college courses. CLEP is designed to test students' knowledge on a variety of college-level subjects, regardless of where they learned the material. The exams are developed by college faculty committees who design questions based on what is typically covered in freshman- and sophomore-level coursework.

The CLEP program allows individuals to earn college credit and also demonstrate their academic proficiency. To receive credit, students must achieve the minimum scaled score recommended by the American Council of Education (ACE).


How Do I Prepare For The CLEP?

Just like any other exam, research what type of information is needed as well as the format of the exam.  There is a "CLEP Official Study Guide" available for review in the Eastern Arizona College Alumni Library. The College Board also has Exam Guides available for download for $10 each on their website. Look at the test descriptions and sample questions, discuss the CLEP program with a counselor and review the CLEP policy as it relates to the school of your choice.

Most colleges specify how CLEP credit is accepted and whether there is a credit limit for "prior knowledge". Determine if CLEP credit will be calculated into your GPA. This is very important when planning to transfer colleges.


How Do I Register To Take A CLEP Exam?

You will register, choose a test and pay the CLEP fee at this site.

We are an open CLEP Testing Center. It is not a requirement that you enroll at Eastern Arizona College to register for a CLEP exam. Testing is held Monday through Friday by appointment.  Please allow 2 hours for the testing process. You can call our office at (928) 428-8491 to schedule an appointment.


CLEP Test Fees And Methods Of Payment

Each CLEP test costs $95.

There is a $80.00 CLEP fee paid at registration. This can be paid by check or by credit/debit card payment via the computer directly to CLEP.

There is also a $15.00 administrative fee payable to Eastern Arizona College on the day of the test. You will pay this at the Fiscal Control office before you take the test.  EAC accepts cash, check, money order, VISA and MasterCard.


Eastern Arizona College and the CLEP tests

Eastern Arizona College accepts most CLEP tests.  For a list of the tests accepted, refer to the EAC catalog.

At Eastern Arizona College, the preferred method of demonstrating language proficiency in Spanish, French and German is by enrolling in the College’s competency based (Open Entry/Open Exit) courses in one of those languages at the appropriate level, rather than attempting a CLEP or other exam. Once proficiency has been demonstrated, EAC will place the credits earned on your transcript making them fully transferable.

If a student is awarded EAC language credit through CLEP and wishes to transfer this credit as evidence of language proficiency, then he/she may also be required by the receiving institution to pass an oral examination.


Test Proctoring for Distance Learning Classes

What are proctored tests?

Proctored tests are taken by people who are taking a course at another college, university or testing entity and who need to take a test under the supervision of a college testing office. The other college/entity mails or emails the testing materials to Eastern Arizona College’s Testing Office, and the person takes the test at a mutually agreed upon time under the rules laid down by the originating facility. The EAC Testing Office then returns the completed test.

The Evaluation Center at Eastern Arizona College is a proud member of the CCTC.

We accommodate paper and pencil and Internet versions of exams. Exams are given in the Evaluation Center Lab (Student Services building, room 142) with other students testing at the same time. Individual testing rooms are not available.


General Information:

  • For a proctoring appointment, please call at least one to two weeks before test due-date.

  • A state issued photo ID must be presented at the time of testing.

  • There is a $25 fee to proctor each exam (fee waived for current and former EAC students).

  • Electronic devices such as cell phones, cameras, optical readers or other electronic devices that include the ability to photograph, photocopy or otherwise copy test materials are not permitted in the testing room.

  • Call (928) 428-8491 or email for more information.

The information you will need to submit to your school for a proctor request is below:

Jerri Lukens, Evaluation Technician
Eastern Arizona College
615 N. Stadium Ave.
Thatcher, AZ 85552
Phone: (928) 428-8491
Fax: (928) 428-2074