Can I get my GED scores online?
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Can I get my GED scores online?

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GED test takers can check their scores online the same day they complete the test by logging into the MyGED portal. Within 24 hours of test completion, an enhanced score report is also available, detailing how points are distributed and which skills the test taker needs to improve.

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The GED is a high-school-equivalency test that gauges knowledge in four subjects: mathematical reasoning, social studies, science and reasoning through language arts. Students can pursue a GED as an alternative to receiving a traditional high school diploma. Registering online allows test takers to receive an email notification when their scores are ready.

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