Military

Top Policies

If you are a member of the U.S. Military community and based in the United States (CONUS), please create an account on GED.com and select the state in which your base is located to start testing. If your state is not available upon account creation, please select the nearest testing location that allows non-residents to test.

U.S. Military community members stationed overseas should select “Other Countries” as the location they would like to test.

To see if the state you wish to test in allows non-residents to test, visit their state policy page.

If you are with the U.S. Military community and located on a base outside of the U.S., select “Other Countries” as your testing location.

Please contact 1-877-EXAM-GED (877-392-6433) to schedule your tests. Inform the call center agent you are with the Military community and the name of the base you are stationed at.

Price & Payment

To determine the cost of testing in your area, please check the state policy where you wish to test.

Click here to review your reimbursement options.

Transcripts & Diploma

If you took and passed the GED® test after September 1, 1974, you can order a copy of your transcript and diploma here. You will receive a diploma from the District of Columbia that is valid for any employer or college requirements.

For other questions about your credentials, please contact 1-877-EXAM-GED (877-392-6433) or email help@ged.com.

 

If you took the test on or before September 1, 1974, you would have tested under the now retired United States Armed Forces Institute (USAFI). You may make a request by completing the USAFI/GED® Transcript Order Form here. This webpage provides some exceptions and information about where to obtain a copy of your transcript.

For other questions about your credentials, please contact 1-877-EXAM-GED (877)392-6433 or email help@ged.com.

It depends on the testing location in which you passed the GED® test. Click here to find the testing location in which you completed testing and submit a request to get a copy of your transcript.

The name of your credential is dictated by the state in which you test in. Please check the state policy for that particular state.

Other

Yes, you can take all test subjects in the same day if you can find a test center with hours that accommodate it.

It depends on whether or not that state has a residency requirement.  Check the residency requirements in that state and don’t hesitate to contact the GED Administrator in that state with questions.