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Where to Find Your GED Test Results

Where to Find Your GED Test Results

Almost all GED test-takers receive results within hours of taking the exam. But where else can you find your GED test results? Everything you need is available anytime online!

Online GED Test Results

According to the GED Testing Service, test results are available in as few as three hours, or as many as 24 hours, of completion of each GED subject test. You will receive an email when your test results are ready for viewing.

If you don’t receive any results within four business days, contact your local testing facility. They will need your original testing account information, email address and driver’s license to help find your information.

GED Test Results at MyGED

Visit your MyGED online portal to find all of your GED test results. As long as your account is active, you have access to all your GED information. Print test results for your files or download them directly onto your home computer. You can also forward GED test results directly to schools or employers per their request.

Once you log into your account, view your results in the “My Scores” section. GED test results are divided into three categories, indicating different ranges of abilities and college readiness. The higher you score, the more educational options you have available to you.

Your Enhanced Score Report provides feedback on each GED subject test. It explains which skills you successfully demonstrated and which skills you should continue working on. A personalized study plan is also included, giving individual support if you need to retest any subjects.

GED Test Transcripts and Credentials

Once you pass all four subject tests, your GED transcripts and diploma will be waiting in your online portal. These initial test results are not official transcripts—they only provide confirmation that you successfully passed the GED.

Request official transcripts and credentials from the state in which you took the GED. You can find specific directions for your individual state through the GED testing service. Allow enough time when making your request, as most states send official documents through snail mail.

Certain states offer additional GED credentials called Smart Transcripts. Smart Transcripts offer features such as your student percentile rank and performance on individual subject tests. Send these to prospective colleges or employers who want a more in-depth view into your academic skills and abilities.

Did you pass the GED? Congratulations! Visit your MyGED portal for additional resources in planning for future educational or employment options.

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About Beth Gonzales

Beth is an educator and freelance creative designer who devises innovative and fun-loving solutions for clients. She works with families, students, teachers and small businesses to create and implement programs, campaigns and experiences that help support and maximize efforts to grow communities who critically think, engage and continue to learn.

10 Responses to “Where to Find Your GED Test Results”

  1. Victoria Lee Harter says:

    Hi, I received my GED and passed in I think January of 2013. The problem is I received my GED
    While I was in prison at southeast woman’s correctional facility in Boise Idaho. I’m unsure as to
    How to get my scores from you to CWI in Nampa Idaho before The end of the day on December
    5th 2017. I just found out that sting semester starts on that day, I was told different before finding
    Out the actual Date.

    Please help me. I’m not even sure this is possible, but im sure going to give a go at it!

    Thank You so much
    Victoria Harter

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert Magoosh Test Prep Expert says:

      Hi Victoria,

      I hope this message doesn’t reach you too late! We are a test prep service that doesn’t actually give the GED test, so we can’t provide you with your score report here. However, I found this information on the GED website that provides details for how to retrieve your scores after release: https://www.gedtestingservice.com/uploads/files/75444e76825acb000d93f669cbc848e2.pdf You will have to call the GED testing services at 1-877-392-6433, provide them with information about your test, and then they will give you information to log in to MyGED at https://ged.com/ . From there, you can view and send your reports. I hope this helps! Best of luck 🙂

  2. Bonnie Smith says:

    I took my GED at TAS many years ago
    I only needed 8 credits

  3. Malissa Dorsey says:

    Hello, I took my GED test over 10years ago through an outreach program in IL. I’ve been to college and now live in AR. I recently went back to college to enroll and I’m having trouble finding my GED or any record of it? How do i find my GED scores of if the test was ever taken? They only offer me the option of requesting a transcript.

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert Magoosh Test Prep Expert says:

      Hi Malissa,

      The transcript should serve as the proof you need that you passed the GED. You’ll have to request your transcript through the GED website. If you have trouble finding it, I recommend that you contact the admissions officer for your new university to explain your situation. Good luck!

  4. I want to see my GED. It’s
    At Harry Ellis High school
    In Richmond Ca. The year
    Is 1974. Please send the
    Dilploma.Here. As soon
    As you can.Thank You! Bye!

    • Magoosh Test Prep Expert Magoosh Test Prep Expert says:

      Hi Karen!

      It looks like you can request a transcript of your GED on the official website:

      GED Testing Service – Request a Transcript

      Just go to the section where it says “If you earned your GED® credential before 2014, enter your location in the drop-down to request your transcript.” and fill out the relevant information. 🙂 Hope this helps!

  5. Bruce Morrison says:

    I finished all test i think except 1 more i still need to take do you have record’s of me taking these test i would like to finish if it is possible

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