The GED Testing Service website is getting a new look and a lot more! Late next month GED Testing Service’s two websites ( and will merge under the web address. This new website will hold all the information educators, students and the general public need to know about the GED test program.

In addition to a cleaner, fresher look the new website will have dedicated sections for both educators and students on the same site — instead of having to toggle back and forth between and like they do now. Both educators and students will experience a new and easier to use navigation that will help them find what they need when they need it.

Once you open the new page, educators will be able to access professional development materials without logging into an account. Our full library of classroom resources, webinars, assessment guides and more will be at your fingertips with just the simple click of the “Educators” tab on the homepage. The website will also house detailed information for GED test administrators.

Educators will be able to easily see what the student experience is like by simply exploring the student tab on the homepage. There you can find information about the GED test including cost, FAQs, access to study materials and a link to create a MyGED account to sign-up for the test.

The new GED Testing Service website was created with feedback from you! Throughout the design and test phases we spoke with educators and students from a variety of backgrounds, geographic locations and age groups. This was done to make sure we incorporate what matters to you most—a site that is easier to navigate with all the resources and information you need related to the GED test.

We will be holding a introduction and Q&A webinar shortly after the launch to walk you through the changes and answer any questions you have about content on the site. Those dates will be shared in the next In Session newsletter. We hope that you’re as excited as we are about a new unified