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GED Classes Anaheim, California

In this post, you find all GED® prep classes sites in the Anaheim, California, region, and testing centers are also listed.

California is using the new computer-formatted GED® exam for its high school equivalency testing, but has approved the use of two other high school equivalency tests as well (HiSET, and TASC).

California High School Equivalency Certificate

Successful test takers will receive the California High School Equivalency Certificate. For qualification requirements visit GED in California. Applicants need to be 18 years old or older, though 17-year olds can take the exam if they meet strict criteria.

Four GED subtests

The new GED exam comes with four separate tests on the academic fields of Literacy, Math, Science, and Social Studies. You can take one test (module) at a time and you’ll have two years to deal with the remaining three tests. You are also welcome to check also our free practice tests for your GED exam.

GED Requirements in California

Anaheim GED prep classes

Adult HS Completion Program
1855 S Sta Cruz Street – Anaheim – CA 92805 – Phone (714) 893 – 4317

Esperanza High School (Adult Transition Program)
1830 Kellogg Drive – Anaheim – CA 92807 – Phone (714)701 – 9562

American Career College *)
1200 N Magnolia Avenue – Anaheim – CA 92801 – Phone (714) 763 – 9066

School of Continuing Education – Anaheim
1830 W Romneya Drive – Anaheim – CA 92801 – Phone (714) 808 – 4582

Anaheim Adult School – HSE Classes
830 S Dale Avenue – Anaheim – CA 92804 – Phone (714) 999 – 5616

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GED Requirements in California

Locations around Anaheim (cities by alphabet)

ABC Adult Education HSE Program
12254 Cuesta Drive – Cerritos – CA 90703 – Phone (562) 926 – 6734

School of Continuing Education (Cypress College Lab)
9200 Valley View Street – Room CE –  Cypress – CA 90630 – Phone (714) 484 – 7438

Adult School Downey
12340 Woodruff Avenue – Downey – CA 90241 – Phone (562) 940 – 6200
See all Downey area options here

School of Continuing Education (Wilshire Center)
315 E Wilshire Avenue – Fullerton – CA 92832 – Phone (714) 992 – 9918

California State University Fullerton HEP
800 N State College Blvd – Fullerton – CA 92831 – Phone (657) 278 – 2011 (please call for the number to sign up)
The HEP (High School Equivalency Program) is developed by the U.S. Department of Education to help seasonal agricultural and migrant workers earn a HSE diploma so they can improve their job options, go for higher education, or qualify for military service.

The program is offered now in Orange County for the first time, thanks to a $2.4 million grant that the school can use over the next five years. In the 2015 academic year, more than 5,000 migrant worker students receiver HSE education in the U.S. via the HEP program, and nearly 70 percent of these students earned a HSE diploma. Please call the school for the direct number to sign up for this great opportunity.

Lincoln Education Center
11262 Garden Grove Boulevard – Garden Grove – CA 92843 – Phone (714) 663 – 6291

Crystal Cathedral – Family Literacy Center
12141 Lewis Street – Garden Grove – CA 92840 – Phone (714) 971 – 4047

Chapman-Hettinga Education Ctr – HSE Classes
11852 Knott Street – Garden Grove – CA 92841 – Phone (714) 663 – 6525

La Mirada Campus Adult School
15920 Barbata Road – La Mirada – CA 90638 – Phone (714) 670 – 9279

Biola University Adult Education Program
13800 Biola Ave – La Mirada – CA 90639 – Phone (562) 903 – 4742

Long Beach Adult School
3701 East Willow St – Long Beach – CA 90815 – Phone (562) 427 – 2253
Find all Long Beach HSE courses here: Long Beach GED Programs

LA City College HSE Classes
855 North Vermont Avenue – Los Angeles – CA 90029 – Phone (323) 953 – 4000
Take a look at all Los Angeles area GED courses here: GED Programs in the Los Angeles area

Santiago Canyon College (Orange Education Center) **)
1465 North Batavia Street – Orange – CA 92867 – Phone (714) 628 – 5942

Placentia-Yorba Linda Adult Ed. Placentia
2137 N Kraemer Blvd – Placentia – CA 92870 – Phone (714) 779 – 6042

Rowland Ad. & Comm. Education – HSE Program
2100 Lerona Ave – Rowland Heights – CA 91748 – Phone (626) 965 – 5975

Bridge Program North-West College
1840 East 17th St – Santa Ana – CA 92705 – Phone (714) 795 – 2800
All Santa Ana prep facilities can be found here: Santa Ana GED Courses

Placentia-Yorba Linda Adult Ed. Yorba Linda
4175 Fairmont Boulevard – Yorba Linda – CA 92886 – Phone (714) 779 – 6042

GED Requirements in California

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Anaheim area GED testing centers

California State University – Fullerton
800 N State Coll. Blvd – Fullerton – CA 92831 Phone (657) 278 – 2487

Rowland Adult Community Education
9100 East Killian Avenue – Rowland Heights – CA 91748 – Phone (626) 965 – 5975

Whittier Adult Education HSE Testing
9401 South Painter Street – Whittier – CA 90605 – Phone (562) 698 – 8121

GED Requirements in California

The new GED

The GED exam is available only in a computer-based format. There are four separate tests (modules) that must be completed within two years. Registration is done online at GED.com and you must make an account at GED.com. This is where you schedule and pay for your tests. There’s also a lot of information available about the job market and schools of higher learning. See also this website’s free GED prep video classes if you want to get ready to take the GED, TASC, or HiSET exam fast.

GED passing score

If you want to learn all about the lowered GED passing score (it was brought back from 150 to 145 in early 2016), please visit our GED News pages. TASC and HiSET exams contain five tests as the literacy sections consist of two separate tests on writing and reading. These alternatives are scored differently.

GED alternatives – TASC and HiSET

The High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) is provided by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and is offered in computer-based and paper-based formats, just like the Test Assessment Secondary Completion (TASC), provided by CTB/McGraw-Hill. The GED exam includes four tests on the subjects Literacy, Math, Science and Social studies. The TASC and HiSET still have two separate tests (reading and writing) for the language section.

To pass the TASC test, students must attain at least a 500 score on each sub-test and two points for their essay (8 max). The HiSET exam can be passed if students reach a score of no less than 8 for each of the subject tests, a 2-point score for their essay, and 45 out of a possible hundred points overall!

Online GED (or TASC-HiSET) testing?

The simple answer is NO. Though everything about the new GED exam is “digitalized”, you still are required to report to a designated High School Equivalency Testing Site personally and please don’t forget to bring proper identification. Websites stating they can provide the GED exam online (or the diploma) are fraudulent, there just is NO online GED, TASC, or HiSET testing.

*) American Career College

American Career College offers a great GED prep program free of charge to the members of the five communities where the school is located. The GED classes have helped thousands of students acquire their HSE diploma over the last twenty years. To support the school’s students succeed, American Career College is providing HSE preparation classes, practice tests, and HSE testing in an inviting and challenging environment.

The school will help you when you are convinced that you want to get your GED diploma. ACC offers these classes at no charge because it wants to give back to the communities by supporting students in their efforts to pass the High School Equivalency exam.

**) Santiago Canyon College

Santiago Canyon College’s continuing education division offers many free programs that encourage adult students to live up to their potential by developing the necessary skills to maximize their personal, career, and educational goals. The school’s Orange Education Center (OAC) offers adult programs in day, evening, and weekend classes.

Applicants may sign up for these classes all through the year, and the classes are offered in an open entry/open exit format for the highest flexibility. The school’s GED classes are self-paced, and students can register for these classes year round when they are 18 years or older.

Applicants can not hold a secondary education credential, and be partaking in another school program. Each applicant is assessed so the school can come up with an individualized study plan. Obtaining the GED diploma shows employers and institutions of higher education that the holder has knowledge and skills at a level that compares to a high school graduate.