Regional Office of Education: GED
Click here for the form to request your GED transcript and/or diploma
WHAT IS THE GED TESTING PROGRAM?
The General Educational Development Testing Program offers you an opportunity to earn a GED high school diploma. Many people who did not finish high school have knowledge and skills comparable to people who did graduate. This idea is the basis of the GED Testing Program. The GED Test asks questions about subjects covered in high school. The GED Tests are given in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. territories, most Canadian provinces, and the Canadian territories. Each year, about one-half million people earn their GED Diplomas, which they use to get jobs, earn promotions, or qualify for higher education and training. An individual can take the GED Tests in English, Spanish, or French.
REGISTRATION AND SCHEDULES
GED Testing Service test-takers can register by one of the following methods:
- Visiting the test-taker website (www.gedtestingservice.com). A test-taker will create their account by entering basic demographic information. Following creation of the account, test-takers will complete their registration by answering a series of questions as required by GED Testing Service and the jurisdiction they are testing under. The test-taker can access the website by entering their login name and password that is provided after the account is created.
- Calling the GED Testing Service registration number at the Call Center. Test-takers testing can phone the Call Center at 1-877-EXAM-GED (392-6433) Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
RESCHEDULING AND CANCELING
GED Testing Service test-takers must reschedule and cancel test appointments at least 24 hours before the appointment via the test-taker website or Call Center. Test-takers cannot contact our office directly. Appointments must be rescheduled within the authorized test delivery period. If a test-taker is within 24 hours of their scheduled appointment, they can either take the test or not take the test. If he/she does not take the test, it will be treated as a "no show" and the test-taker will forfeit their test fees.