How do I look up my GED in Colorado?

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You can find information about the GED testing program in Colorado by visiting the Adult Education and Family Literacy website:
This website provides a location, address and contact details for the Colorado Department of Education, who administer the GED testing program.
You can obtain an official GED transcript or diploma if you fill out the 'GED Records Request Form'. There is a printable PDF available at:
Alternatively, if you cannot print this form out, you can send a hand written request with your personal details. A list of the details that you will need to include on your request letter can be found by visiting:
Once you have completed your request, you will need to send it to:
Colorado Department of Education
GED Testing Program
201 E. Colfax Ave., Room 100
Denver, CO 80203
If you are in another US state and your want to track down a copy of your GED test transcript, then you can take the following steps:
  • Locate the testing centre where you sat your GED. You can locate your local testing center by entering your ZIP code on the American Council on Education (ACE) website at www2.acenet.edu/resources/ged/center_locator.cfm
  • Once you have found this out, you can make direct contact with your local test center. Call the center and ask them if they have a copy of your test report. It will help if you have personal details to hand, including the date that you took the GED test.
  • Contact the Department of Education in your state. The department should have your GED test results and transcripts on file. If they do not have this information, they should be able to help you and let you know how to track down the transcript.

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