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Brittanie
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 When I was 20 I joined the National Guard and participated in the GED Plus Program. I received my GED and it was sent to me. I moved and now I can't find my GED certificate or my transcripts. I have no clue how to get another copy and I would like to further my education. Please Help. Thank you!

Leonard
 #2 
Hi, Brittanie! If you tested for the GED after October 1, 1985 as active duty military personnel, you can request a copy of your transcript directly from the American Council on Education. The form is here: http://www.acenet.edu/Content/NavigationMenu/ged/test/after/transcript_request.htm

The transcript costs $12.00 (money order or credit card) right now, but $14.00 as of 1/1/09. Instructions are at the top of the page.

If you tested between Sept. 1, 1974 and Oct. 1, 1985, you'll need to go through the state where you took the test. You can find GED state administrators here (scroll down the page): http://www.passged.com/test_state.php ... or just post again, to let me know where you took the test.

If you tested before Sept. 1, 1974, contact:
      Educational Testing Service
      P.O. Box 6605
      Princeton, NJ 08541-6605
      Toll Free: (800) 257-9484

For more specialized military transcript information, go to: http://www.acenet.edu/Content/NavigationMenu/ged/test/after/transcript.htm

Hopefully this gets you what you need!
Leonard

Brandy
 #3 

Hi my name is Brandy i am 26 years old now and i got my GED almost 11 years ago,I was in a juvenile boot camp in Macon,Georgia.I know am taking courses for medical billing and coding and no longer have my GED Certificate.Can you help me and tell me what to do PLEASE?

Amanda
 #4 
hi I was 20 when I got my GED and I lost my deploma and now am trying to go to college. I took my GED test online and now can't find the site I took it on to get a copy for my school. how do I go about finding it?
Trevor
 #5 
Hey Amanda,

There is no way to take the real GED test online and any website offering a GED test or diploma that you take online or via mail is a scam. The Official GED Test must be taken in person at a state governed testing center. I recommend finding an official testing center in your area so you can take the test in person and get your real GED.  Here is a link to find a testing center near you: http://www.passged.com/test_state.php  If you don't think you are quite ready for the test, we offer a preparation program that will get you ready.

You can start a FREE trial here: http://www.passged.com/free-ged-course.php

You can do a FREE practice test here: http://www.passged.com/homeroom/free-ged-practice-test.php

You can register here:
http://www.passged.com/online_courses.php

If you have any more questions, I'd be more than happy. Feel free to contact me at 1-800-460-8150. We would love to have you as one of our students.

Sincerely,

--
Trevor Forbess
GED Academy
trevor@passged.com
http://www.passged.com
1-800-460-8150
Carl
 #6 
I lost my GED, went to apply for a copy. I remember the name and location of the testing facility but not the exact dates. How can I obtain a copy without the exact dates?
Robb
 #7 
Hi Carl,

You can request a copy of your GED transcript at ged123.org. You can also call the GED Administrator in the state where you took the test. You can find that number here: http://www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/ged-testing-administrator


larry l.
 #8 
I lost my ged  and need to get ather one but don't how I got it when I was in the Army 1974 none of the web sites that I need wont let me on.x
Robb
 #9 
Hi Larry,

Have you called the folks at DANTES? That is the GED administrator for the military and they should have your transcripts. Their number is 850-452 1111 ext 3118.

I hope that helps!

Robb Vancil
GED Academy
1-800-460-8150
davica
 #10 
hey there! 
i recently wrote my ged and obtained a diploma however in the process of waiting for my certificate in the mail i moved to a different address and now my certificate got lost via postal. what do i do to get it?

Robb
 #11 
Hi Davica,

The best way is to go through
https://www.diplomasender.com/
. They’ll just need some basic information from you to look up your records.

The GED Administrator of the state where you took the test will also have access to your records. Go to this website for that information: http://www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/ged-testing-administrator. You’ll be able to find contact information (phone and e-mail) to talk to someone directly. You’ll also find links to state websites and you can follow the instructions there to order transcripts and diplomas.


I hope that helps. Good luck in your future endeavors!


Robb Vancil

GED Academy

1.800.460.8150
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