To request a duplicate certificate, please locate the state listed in your GED transcript and contact the state GED Administrator directly in the Contact a GED Administrator link below. If you do not have a copy of the GED transcript, please submit a request using the GED Transcript Request Form link on this screen.
How do I request a copy of my GED?
The free printed diploma can be ordered in your GED® account at GED.com. After logging in, go to My Scores and select Order Duplicates. Select Diploma option and then select the Printed Diploma – Free option. You will then be asked who and what address you want the diploma to be mailed to.
How can I find my GED certificate?
Go to https://ged.com/ and click the “Request Transcript” link at the top of the screen. If you took the computer version of the test after January 1, 2014, you can login to their system “MyGED” directly and follow the instructions for getting your transcript.
How can I find my GED online?
The official online GED test is proctored and can only be accessed through your student account at GED.com. You have to be logged in to be able to schedule and take the test. Learn more about how to recognize and avoid GED test fraud here.
Can I get a copy of my GED certificate online?
Individuals in need of a duplicate diploma or transcript need to register for an account on the DiplomaSender website. Once they have an account, individuals can request copies of their credentials and look at their GED scores.
How do I know if my GED is real?
GED verifications go through the Department of Education in the state where the applicant obtained the GED. To verify a GED, an applicant’s date of birth, name used when the GED was obtained, and the date they obtained the GED (at least the year) is needed.
How do I get a copy of my Maryland GED?
Use this toll free number 1-888-906-4031 to receive phone support to order duplicate transcripts and diplomas. They will mail you a form to complete to return with payment.
Can I buy a GED certificate?
You should never be able to buy a GED certificate without taking the test. If you pay to skip the test, then you do not have a legitimate certificate. The official GED test is not free to take unless you reside in a state that currently offers free or discounted testing.
How do I get a copy of my GED from New York State?
How do I request a copy of my New York State HSE/GED Diploma or Transcript? If you need an official copy of your New York State HSE Diploma or Transcript, please contact the State Education Department, High School Equivalency Program and HSE Testing Office at (518) 474-5906.
What is the difference between GED and HiSET?
The main difference The 5-test HiSET (High School Equivalency Test) is offered in both a computer-based and a paper-and-pencil format while the 4-test GED needs to be done entirely on a computer in most states. New Jersey, for example, requires test-takers to take all available options in a computer-based format.