Last Updated on May 14, 2024.

In this post, we’ll walk you through the process of how to log in to your account and what to do if you have forgotten your password.

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A account is required to register for your exam and make the payments for your test appointments.

The GED exam is available both at one of your state’s designated testing centers and in an online format (in most states).

Our online free GED classes are a perfect way to see if an online course fits your preferred learning style.

If you like this way of learning, we suggest you register with the online GED prep course created by Onsego GED Prep, an accredited, affordable, full-scale course that GED Testing Service has given the predicate “fully aligned with the current GED Test.”

To be eligible for online GED testing, however, you need to first attain passing (“green”) scores on the GED Ready test, the only practice test that indicates whether you’re sufficiently prepared or if you should study a bit more.

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Log in to Your Account

This explanation is for people who already have an account on, the website of GED Testing Service, the official GED organization.

If you don’t have an account on, you can create your account quickly. Go to and click on the button “sign up,” and follow the instructions. On this website, you can also find a comprehensive page about how to register for the GED exam, a very informative page!

But first, let’s take a look at how to log in to your account and what to do if you’ve forgotten your password.

Start off by going to, and we’ll explain how to log in to your account.

To begin, click “log in” in the upper right-hand corner of your computer screen. Next, you’ll be asked to enter your email address and password. Then, click “log in.”

If your email address and password are correct, you will be taken to the portal MyGED.

What if You Forgot Your Password?

When the website says, “Your password’s wrong,” the first thing you want to do is check whether you’ve entered the correct password. If you can’t remember your password, hit the button “forget password.”

So. if you have forgotten your password, it’s quite easy to reset it; just click on “forget password.” You next have to enter your email address and click “submit.”

And what the website will do is it will send an email to the email address that you’ve entered for you to reset your password.

So, a request will be sent to your email address by GED Testing Service with instructions on how to reset your password. Easy, right?

After you’ve opened the email, you’ll see the instructions in your email account; click “reset password” (the blue link) to reset your password.

When you’ve created a new password, click the blue link “change password.” Once you’ve done that, you have successfully reset your password.

So, you’ll be prompted to enter a new password, and after you’ve reset your new password, you can repeat the steps from the beginning to log in to your account.

That’s all. GED Testing Service has made it really easy to change your password if you’ve forgotten it, right?

Online GED Testing

As said earlier, GED testing can be done online and at one of your state’s designated GED testing locations. You are eligible to write the four GED modules (independent sub-exams) after you have attained “green” (passing) scores on four GED Ready practice tests.

You are allowed, however, to take the sub-exams one (or more) separately at a time. Best GED Classes offers you lots of information about the O.P. (Online Proctored) GED exam.

The GED Ready test is available from the website at $6.99. Since there are four practice tests to be taken, that’ll set you back $28. If you register for Onsego GED Prep, you’ll get four of these tests for free!