Students caught by false online GED testing

January 15, 2008

The American Council on Education has issued a warning against using any online versions of the General Educational Development test.  The test, which is owned by the ACE, can only be taken in person at official locations.  The ACE has received reports of students who had paid to take an online or mail version of the test from uncertified vendors.  The ACE plans to release the locations of the fake providers.