GED Testing

For information about taking GED tests, please go to GED.com 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: https://ged.com/take-the-ged-test-online/ 

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

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:https://ged.com/life_after_ged/

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.