How can I use my GED Scores for placement? If you took the GED Test within the last 2 years, you may be able to use your math or English score for placement. You can use your score from the Reasoning Through Language Arts GED exam for placement into English classes at Shoreline.
|GED Score||Shoreline Placement|
|160 or higher||ENGL& 101|
|145 - 159||ENGL 99|
|Lower than 145||Use another method for placement|
|Math GED Score||Shoreline Placement|
|165 or higher||MATH& 107, MATH& 146, MATH& 141 with corequisite support, or MATH 99|
|155 - 164||MATH& 107 with corequisite support, MATH& 146 with corequisite support, or MATH 99 with corequisite support|
|145 - 154||ABE Math Transitions|
|Lower than 145||ABE Math Foundations|
What do I do next?
Choose one of the following options:
- Bring a printed copy of your GED score(s) when you meet with an advisor to plan your classes.
- If you are an online student, you can email a scanned copy of your score(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org and schedule a virtual meeting.
- Contact the relevant department for the Shoreline class you want to enter.