You must go to an official testing center to take your GED®, HiSET or TASC test. If any website tells you they can give you a GED® diploma, it is not true. Do not give them money or personal information.
Usually, you cannot get your GED online. You have to take the GED® test at a testing center. The GED® testing website can help you find a GED® test center near you.
However, many GED® testing centers have cancelled tests because of COVID-19. In June 2020, the GED® Testing Service announced it would use online testing for some students. If you are eligible for online testing, you will receive an email from the GED® Testing Service. See the GED® blog for more details. Only the official GED® Testing Service can test you. If another website says they can give you a GED diploma, it is not true! HiSET and TASC tests are not available online either.
Read more about the GED® test. Learn about high school diplomas. Find out how to sign up.
Even though you cannot get your GED® online, you can study online for the GED® test with our free GED® preparation class. It will help you get ready to take the test and get your diploma.
Watch this video to learn about our GED online class.
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What is the GED® test?
The GED® test is a test of your knowledge. The name GED® is short for General Education Diploma. Passing the GED® test shows you have the same knowledge and skills as a person who graduated from high school in the USA.
I have a diploma from another country. Should I still get a GED® credential?
If you have a high school diploma, you may or may not need a GED® credential. If you have a college degree from another country, some of the classes and degrees might transfer. You may need proof you finished school to go to college or get a job. Earning your GED® diploma might help you.