Is GED Testing Service legit?
The GED Testing Service, a venture between the American Council on Education and Pearson, is the only nationally recognized facilitator for the national GED test. No other institution currently legally administers the GED tests.
How can you get your GED?
To take the GED® test, you must:
- Be at least 18 years old.
- Present a valid government-issued and non-expired identification.
- Pay for your GED® test at the time of your GED® test online registration, when it is due.
- Pay a fee of $128 for the full computer-based test, or $32 for each sub-test.
How do I know if my GED is real?
How to Know if You Have a Valid GED
- Online GED Tests Are Only Administered on GED.com.
- They’re Attached to Non-Accredited Online High Schools.
- They Offer a Test “Based On” the GED Test.
- They Try to Sell You Your GED Diploma.
How a GED diploma looks?
The certificate looks different depending on the state where it is issued. It can range in size from 5×7 inches to 8 1/2×11 inches. It is either beige or white. A GED contains the state seal, date of completion, recipient’s name and the signature of the state’s superintendent of education.
Who is GED Testing Service?
We are GED Testing Service, the sole provider of the official GED® test. We’ve helped over 20 million people attain their GED® credential — we are the only high school equivalency program that is recognized by 97% of employers and colleges nationwide. And we’ve been doing it for more than 75 years.
How do I download and install GED test software?
Download testing software: Download GED® Test Manager software from the gedroffline.gedtestingservice.com website and install it on the internet connected computer. The software includes a license signature generator that identifies the computer. The software will register the computer’s unique ID on the USB drive.
What is your GED® account?
Your GED® account is your one-stop shop for passing the GED® test. It’s free to set up, and you’ll find study materials, tips, and classes. You can also learn more about the test subjects and schedule your test. You choose how to prepare for the GED® test.
How do I assign GED tests to multiple test stations?
In the GED Control Center application, go to the Allocate Tests tab. Select a test launch password for your location. Indicate how many tests you will assign to each testing computer. Download test counts which copies a batch file to the USB drive. 6. Update each test station with test counts: