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Where Can I Take Ged Test In Pittsburgh That Is Not Online?

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Here is a new answer to your question about GED testing in Pittsburgh.  It is now November 2011, and there have been a lot of changes in testing centers, so this is important information.  The testing center in Monroeville has closed, and the one at Community College's downtown center has also closed.  Community College still has a testing center at its South Campus in West Mifflin, and a new testing center has opened downtown at Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council.  You can reach the one at GPLC by calling 412-393-7600 and ask how to register to take the test.  Remember - there is no such thing as an online version of the GED test.  Anyone who tells you that you can get a GED online is not giving you the official GED test; they are just taking your money.  This information is provided by Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council (GPLC).
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As of this date (July 2009), there are three places in Pittsburgh where you can take the GED test.  They are the Downtown Center of the Community College of Allegheny County, the South Campus of the Community College of Allegheny County in West Mifflin, and the Forbes Road Career and Technology Center in Monroeville.  Each one will charge you a fee of about $60 to take the test.  This information is being provided to you by the Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council, which can give you a class to prepare for the GED tests.  Don't go to the test unless you are fully prepared.  The test now includes an essay-writing section, so it's not all multiple-choice questions any more.  Be fully prepared by calling Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council (GPLC) at 412-661-7323, or go to our website at www.gplc.org
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I took & passed the GED test at Conley Tech School around 1980.
How can I get the results & a copy of the diploma?

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