How to request a New Jersey GED Transcript
As of April 1, 2007, an official GED transcript, lists the highest scores earned from all previous editions of the GED tests, and is available for the student to download from www.ged123.org by using their personnel GED Access Code, provided to them at time of registration. If you do not have your GED Access code, please see below for instructions.
Beginning January 1, 2002, the official GED transcript, on New Jersey State letterhead, lists the highest scores earned only on the 2002 edition of the GED tests. Scores from earlier editions of the GED tests will not be combined with scores on the 2002 tests. An official transcript also verifies whether the person earned a New Jersey High School credential.
The diploma verification is an official document, on New Jersey State letterhead, certifying that a person has earned the New Jersey State Endorsed High School Diploma. It is only issued to Students, who earned the State Endorsed High School Diploma through one of the following methods: 30 College Credits, Plan I evaluation of HS Credits, or through an Adult High School. This document has an original signature of the certifying authority and the raised seal of the State of New Jersey.
§ There are several ways to get the GED Request Form to request a diploma verification, corrections to the GED records, and/or your GED Access Code:
§ The person who took the tests must take the following steps to ensure that the request is processed:
§ It is important that you are accurate when indicating your Name at the Time of Testing; Date of Last Testing; Place of Testing; and Social Security Number (or the identification number assigned to your record) on the Request Form. Locating your records depends on the accuracy of the information that you provide.
§ The GED Testing Program only maintains adult education records for NJ GED Examinees, 30 College Credit Recipients, Plan I. The program does not have records for the following persons: