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GED® Examinee Process -- GED123.org
The vendor for scoring the GED® tests changed effective July 1, 2007. NRSpro.com is the new Kentucky GED® scoring contract vendor.
Adult education providers are asked to assist students in creating a GED123.org account, which allows online completion of the demographic form and student access to test scores within three business days. Instructions and a training video for creating GED123.org accounts are now available on KYAE’s Web site. GED® scores will continue to be downloaded into AERIN. A revised timetable for downloading GED® scores into AERIN will be determined in the near future.
Examinees will use pre-populated answer sheets that include their individual information. This change will eliminate many errors that occurred with bubbled information. Examiners will have the ability to pre-print answer sheets, make corrections online and scan answer sheets. KYAE will be able to add out-of-state scores for examinees who complete their GED® testing in Kentucky. The services offered by NRSpro.com will eliminate mailing costs and will better serve KYAE students.
As soon as the new process is fully operational, KYAE will no longer mail non-passing results. Examinees will access scores through GED123.org. KYAE will still mail diploma packets to students with passing scores.
Please consult with your test center about the next scheduled test session. KYAE would like to transition to the new process as soon as possible. All examinees testing in August should have accounts and an access code.
For more information, please contact Rae Smith at (502) 573-5114, ext. 120 or Rae.Smith@ky.gov.
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