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General Educational Development (GED®)

General Educational Development (GED®)

General Educational Development (GED) is a program of instruction designed to prepare adult students to pass the GED® tests that lead to a high school diploma equivalency.

Students 16-17 years of age must contact the Basic Skills Director at their local community college to request drop release paperwork.

2014 Test Completers

 

North Carolina changed its GED® credentialing process from the awarding paper transcripts and GED® diplomas to a paperless electronic transcript system for students taking the test in 2014.

When test takers pass the GED® test, they receive a secure, electronic document delivered to their email address. The document will includes a transcript and an electronic copy of their North Carolina GED® diploma.

The 2014 tester has the option to order a professionally printed North Carolina GED® diploma free of charge. Students can also forward the free electronic transcript they receive directly to potential colleges and employers.

 

Students

Log onto your MyGED.com account to request a transcript or verification.

 

Employers and Third - Party Verification Agencies

Request a verification

2002-2013 Test Completers

 

Students who graduated between 2002 and 2013 who want to request additional transcripts/certificates will be emailed their transcript/certificate.

Additional requests will cost the completer $15.00. Test takers can sign in to the GED Credentialing™ Website to easily and securely order their duplicate transcripts or diplomas.

 

Students

Request a transcript or verification

 

Employers and Third - Party Verification Agencies

Request a verification

1942-2001 Test Completers

 

The NCCCS High School Equivalency (HSE) Records Office will fulfill verification, transcript and diploma requests for individuals who tested before 2002. There is no charge.

 

 

Students

Request a transcript.

 

Employers and Third - Party Verification Agencies

Request a verification.