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There are two types of test centers:
  • Fully-Funded: Test centers may be located on or off base. DANTES funds the administration and test fees for service members.
  • Test Fee Only: Test centers are off-base colleges and universities that provide testing. DANTES funds the test fee. Service members are responsible for paying the administration fee. Fees vary by institution.

To find a national or international CLEP Test Center near you, visit https://clep.collegeboard.org/test-center-search



There are two types of test centers:
  • Fully-Funded: Test centers may be located on or off base. DANTES funds the administration and test fees for service members.
  • Test Fee Only: Test centers are off-base colleges and universities that provide testing. DANTES funds the test fee. Service members are responsible for paying the administration fee. Fees vary by institution.

To find a national or international DSST Test Center near you, visit http://getcollegecredit.com/institutions/search

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Test Locations last updated 10/9/2019.

GET STARTED WITH GED

Getting started toward passing the GED test is easy. Just follow these steps:

STEP 1: VISIT THE GED WEBSITE

Visit the GED website. Click the "How it Works" link.

STEP 2: CONTACT A COUNSELOR

Your military-education counselor can answer your questions, help you prepare, and help you register for the test.

STEP 3: CREATE AN ACCOUNT AND START STUDYING

The website has everything you need to get started, begin your personal study plan, order GED study materials from publishers on GED Marketplace, and find in-person GED testing-prep classes near you.

STEP 4: TEST PREPARATION

Preparing for your test is important. Try a free practice test in each of the GED® test subjects. The free practice test is shorter than the length of the actual GED® test and will give you a sense of what to expect on test day. You can also purchase a practice test. The official GED Ready practice test will tell you if you're likely to pass. Take it anywhere, anytime, via your MyGED account.

STEP 5: TAKE THE TEST

Schedule your GED test online. You can take one subject at a time in any order. Watch tutorials on the GED website, so you know what to expect. Get tips on what to do and what to bring.

STEP 6: GET YOUR SCORE REPORT

Check your scores after you take the GED test. Results are posted on MyGED in less than three hours. Once you pass all four test subjects, you'll get your GED transcript and diploma emailed to you (participating states only). Send these directly to schools and employers.

STEP 7: APPLY FOR REIMBURSEMENT

If you are eligible, apply for reimbursement with DANTES. You'll need a government-issued CAC, score report, and a payment receipt to process the request. Other submission requirements may apply. All exam reimbursement requests must be submitted via the Electronic Reimbursement Request.

GET STARTED WITH KUDER JOURNEY

Getting started with Kuder Journey is easy - just follow these steps:

STEP 1: VISIT THE WEBSITE

Visit the Kuder Journey website.

STEP 2: REGISTRATION

Click "New users register here" under the login fields to begin the registration process.

STEP 3: START THE PROCESS

On the next page, the option "A veteran or active member in the military" should already be selected. Click "Continue" to proceed to the registration page.

STEP 4: ENTER THE INVITATION

Enter the requested invitation. (If you live in an area without a ZIP code, please use a 5-digit number that you will remember).

STEP 5: CREATE YOUR ACCOUNT

Create a unique username and password. (Usernames and passwords must be between 5 and 20 characters and contain only letters and numbers).

STEP 6: COMPLETE REGISTRATION

Click "Register" to complete the process.

AFTER REGISTRATION

After you register, you can start your assessments. These results and the Kuder Journey tools will help guide your ongoing education and career planning. The "Contact a Counselor" link makes it easy to share your results with an education counselor and get guidance on your career journey.

GET STARTED WITH OASC & CPST

Getting started with OASC & CPST is easy - just follow these steps:

STEP 1: VISIT THE PAGE

Go to the OASC and CPST home page.

STEP 2: SELECT STATUS

Select your status (Service Members or Family Members/DoD Civilians).

STEP 3: IMPROVE ASVAB SCORES

To improve your ASVAB scores, choose OASC.

STEP 4: PREPARE FOR COLLEGE-LEVEL COURSES

To prepare for college-level courses, choose CPST.

STEP 5: PRE-ASSESSMENTS

Take the pre-assessments.

STEP 6: EXPLORE LEARNING PATHS

Explore your customized learning paths.

GET STARTED WITH ACT - OFF BASE

STEP 1: VISIT THE ACT WEBSITE

Visit the ACT website and select INFORMATION FOR - Students and Parents.

STEP 2: IDENTIFY A TEST DATE

Review "Upcoming Test Dates" and identify the date that meets your application requirement.

STEP 3: FIND A TEST CENTER

Select "Find a Test Center" for a National or Internation Test Center in your area.

STEP 4: REGISTER FOR THE ACT

Select "Register for the ACT" and follow instructions to register online or register by mail if you cannot pay by credit card.

STEP 5: CONTACT

Contact ACT for assistance with the registration process through "Contact" on their website.

GET STARTED WITH SAT - OFF BASE

STEP 1: VISIT THE SAT WEBSITE

Visit the SAT website and create an account.

STEP 2: PROVIDE IDENTIFYING INFORMATION

Provide your full, legal name and other identifying information. Make sure it’s the exact same name and information shown on your photo ID.

STEP 3: ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS

Decide if you want to answer other questions about yourself. This takes time, but it’s worth it if you want colleges and scholarship organizations to find you. Learn why you should opt in to Student Search Service®.

STEP 4: SAT WITH ESSAY

Decide whether to sign up for the SAT with Essay. See which colleges recommend or require it.

STEP 5: UPLOAD A PHOTO

Upload a photo that meets very specific photo requirements.

STEP 6: PRINT ADMISSION TICKET

Check out, and print your Admission Ticket.

GET STARTED WITH GRE

Getting started with GRE is easy - just follow these steps

STEP 1: VISIT THE GRE WEBSITE

Visit the GRE website.

STEP 2: CREATE AN ACCOUNT

Create an account by selecting "Create or Log In to Your ETS Account Now"

STEP 3: REVIEW RESCHEDULING AND CANCELLATION

Carefully review the rescheduling and cancellation sections in the appropriate Information and Registration Bulletin, as Service Members are responsible for paying all fees charged for these services.

STEP 4: TEST PREPARATION

Preparing for your test is important. Review study materials on the GRE website and know what to expect when taking your exam.

STEP 5: REGISTER FOR THE TEST

Visit the online registration center to register for the test.

STEP 6: TAKE THE TEST

After scheduling your GRE test online, be sure to review what to expect on test day. Test center procedures and regulations are available on the GRE website.

STEP 7: GET YOUR SCORE REPORT

Check your scores after you take the GRE test.

STEP 8: APPLY FOR REIMBURSEMENT

If you are eligible, apply for reimbursement with DANTES. You'll need a govt-issued CAC, score report, and a payment receipt to process the request. Other submission requirements may apply. All exam reimbursement requests must be submitted via the Electronic Reimbursement Request.

GET STARTED WITH GMAT

Getting started with GMAT is easy - just follow these steps

STEP 1: VISIT THE GMAT WEBSITE

Visit the GMAT website.

STEP 2: CREATE AN ACCOUNT

Click "Schedule A GMAT Exam" and fill in the form to sign up.

STEP 3: REVIEW THE HANDBOOK

Carefully review the information provided in the GMAT Handbook.

STEP 4: TEST PREPARATION

Preparing for your test is important. Review study materials on the GMAT website and know what to expect when taking your exam.

STEP 5: REGISTER FOR THE TEST

There are a few steps to scheduling your exam. Review the steps on the GMAT website.

STEP 6: TAKE THE TEST

After scheduling your GMAT test online, be sure to review what to expect on test day.

STEP 7: GET YOUR SCORE REPORT

Check your scores after you take the GMAT test. Score questions are answered on the website.

STEP 8: APPLY FOR REIMBURSEMENT

If you are eligible, apply for reimbursement with DANTES. You'll need a govt-issued CAC, score report, and a payment receipt to process the request. Other submission requirements may apply. All exam reimbursement requests must be submitted via the Electronic Reimbursement Request.

GET STARTED WITH PRAXIS®

Getting started with Praxis® Series is easy - just follow these steps:

STEP 1: VISIT THE WEBSITE

Visit the Praxis® website. Review the Quick Links and check your state for state testing requirements.

STEP 2: CREATE AN ACCOUNT

Creating an account allows you to register online for PRAXIS tests, cancel or change a test registration, view current test scores, and order score reports. You also want to become familiar with policies and state requirements before you register.

STEP 3: TEST PREPARATION

Preparing for your test is important. Review study materials on the PRAXIS website and know what to expect when taking your test.

STEP 4: REGISTER FOR THE TEST

When you are ready, register for your test(s) online, by mail, or by phone.

STEP 5: TAKE THE TEST

After scheduling your test, be sure to review what to expect on test day. Watch the videos available on the PRAXIS website.

STEP 6: GET YOUR SCORE REPORT

Check your scores after you take the PRAXIS test.

STEP 7: APPLY FOR REIMBURSEMENT

If you are eligible, apply for reimbursement with DANTES. You'll need a government-issued CAC, score report, and a payment receipt to process the request. Other submission requirements may apply. All exam reimbursement requests must be submitted via the Electronic Reimbursement Request.