GED Testing

For information about taking GED tests, please go to or How to Sign up for GED Tests. During COVID-19, the GED exams are proctored remotely.   

To learn more about the online GED test, click here: 

GED test dates and times are available when making an appointment at 

Payment is made online when making the exam appointment.    

Information about test preparation materials, arranging testing accommodations for a documented disability, duplicate certificates and score retrieval are also available on the site.   

GED transcript requests:

Information for GED® tests taken is available at:

GED® graduates may obtain verification of GED® status and official GED® transcripts for tests completed in Washington state.  Verification may be necessary to show an employer or a higher education institution. 

The General Education Development (GED®) Test is a way for someone who has not completed high school to show that they have gained the equivalent knowledge of someone who has. Most colleges and universities accept GED® test score reports in place of high school transcripts. In order to receive federal financial aid, a student must have completed high school, obtained a GED or show Ability to Benefit. Most employers also accept the GED.