There are people with disabilities that can make it difficult for them to participate in the GED effectively. These disabilities include hearing impairment, vision problems, ADHD, and psychological disabilities among others.
If you have any of the above (or any other kind of) disabilities, you must indicate this when applying for the GED test to ensure that your test is well-adjusted to accommodate these disabilities.
GED Testing Service can provide an audio version of the exam, provide the exam in larger print, give an exam extension, and allow the student to take frequent breaks during the exam among other accommodations. If English is your second language and you think you might have a problem with the test, please communicate this while scheduling your test. However, you can only be given some accommodations if you provide documents proving your disability.