Examiner Resources - Policies and Procedures
NRSpro.com is the scoring service that Utah uses for scoring of the GED Tests.
1. Searching for Test-Taker Records
When conducting GED Tests results in NRSPro.com it is important to conduct the search using the following parameters:
- 1st search on Social Security Number
- 2nd search by last and first name
- 3rd search by last name only (‘is’)
- 4th search by last name only (‘sounds like’ or ‘starts with’).
2. Accessing GED Statistics
GED Testing Center staff having NRSpro.com level 2 or 3 records access may look up records by using the Record Management Tab. Testing records may also be printed by persons with the same level of permission.
Tutorial information for both of these features is found at the following links:
3. Transferring Out-of-State GED Testing Records (NRSpro.com Records)
For records scored by NRSPro.com the process for transferring records to Utah is:
- For persons who have completed part of the GED Tests in another state that uses NRSpro.com as the scoring service, their out-of-state GED testing records are entered into NRSpro.com by scanning the test-taker’s name and address change form or demographic form along with the test answer sheets. Records processed in this fashion will be attached to the testing center entering the information.
- Using the Access Code for persons not tested in Utah allows Utah Testing Center staff to review what tests and forms the test-taker has already taken.
4. Transferring Out-of-State Non-NRSPro.com Records
For records not scored by NRSPro.com, the process to transfer the test-taker's records to the state database requires the test-taker to request their records from the State GED Testing Administrator in the state where they took the tests to be sent directly to GED Testing Services at the Utah State Office of Education where they will be entered into the NRSPro.com database.
5. Duplicate NRSPro.com Records
- If duplicate Utah GED Tests records are detected in NRSPro.com, they will be merged.
- Notice will be given to NRSPro.com if duplicate out-of-state GED Tests records are detected in NRSPro.com. In this situation, if the GED test-taker is planning on testing in Utah, the Utah State Office of Education will contact NRSPro.com to request that the ownership of the testing records be transferred to Utah.