DANTES no longer authorizes the GED to be taken on military installations. Soldiers must take the test at a National Test Center.
2. DANTES Test Control Officer (TCO). The TCO can administer the practice test for free, assist with online registration and scheduling, and help you identify official GED testing centers where you can take the GED test.
3. Complete the test. The GED test consists of five content areas, each requiring a minimum score of 410 and an average of 450 across all five content areas (a cumulative 2250 score). After testing, Soldiers should retain a copy of their official GED test score report.
4. Test fee. There is a charge for taking the GED at a GED test center. A GED test center will provide the procedures for registration.
5. Reimbursement. The TCO will advise the Soldier about the reimbursement process and the Soldier’s responsibilities. The GRE Reimbursement Form must be certified by the TCO.
5. Add test results to your service records. The Soldier may pay to order a duplicate official transcript if applicable and should consult their personnel officer to confirm the proper steps toward having GED test score data entered into their service record.
For more information, visit the GED Testing Service Web site at www.GEDtestingservice.com. GED Testing Service has plenty of easy-to-use resources on its Web site.
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