Posted here is an overview of all GED preparatory class locations and testing sites in the Annapolis area. The state of Maryland is using the computer-based GED exam for its High School Equivalency testing program.
The GED test is available online and at certified GED test centers.
At the facilities listed here, you have the chance to become all set to successfully take the GED® exam.
The GED exam comes with four separate tests in Literacy, Science, Social Studies, and Math.
You have the option to take one GED subtest at a time. No need to complete everything in one session.
Until recently, online GED testing was not possible. Your personal appearance at an official testing site was required, but the introduction of an online GED testing option has changed that. Read more below.
The GED credential is accepted just like a high school diploma by employers and schools across America.
Testing occurs at a level comparable to what HS students are expected to master upon graduation.
Annapolis GED Prep Locations
Michael E. Bush Annapolis Library (AACC)
1410 West Street – Annapolis – MD 21401 – Phone: 410 – 777 . 1823
Annapolis Family Support Ctr
80 West Street – Annapolis – MD 21401 – Phone: 410 . 269 . 4478
Anne Arundel County Literacy Council
80 West Street – Annapolis – MD 21401 – Phone: 410 . 269 . 4419
Stanton Community Center (AACC)
92 W Washington Street – Annapolis – MD 21401 – Phone: 410 . 777 . 1823
Locations Around Annapolis (Cities By Alphabet)
Alexandria City Adult Education (T.C. Williams Center)
3330 King St – Rm A 123 – Alexandria – Virginia 22302 – Ph: 703 . 824 . 6845
Discover all Alexandria area GED prep locations here: Alexandria GED Prep Programs
Anne Arundel Community College
101 College Parkway – Arnold – MD 21012 – Phone: 410 . 777 . 1823
Community Coll. of Baltimore County | GED Program
7200 Sollers Pt. Road (Bldg E – Suite 104) – Baltimore – Maryland 21222 – Phone: 443 – 840 – 3692
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The Literacy Council of Montgomery County (@Prince George’s Co. Memorial Library)
15301 Hall Rd – Bowie – Maryland 20721 – Phone: 301 . 850 . 0475
Check here for all -> Bowie GED prep locations
Kent County Learning Center @Emmanuel Church
101 N Cross Street – Chestertown – MD 21620 – Phone: 443 . 480 . 2476 or 410 . 639 . 9008
GED classes are also available at Baywood Village, Baywood Court, Chestertown
Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Ctr GED Classes
20 Bay Street – Easton – MD 21601 – Phone: 410 – 829 – 6043
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Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC) of Anne Arundel County
2600 Solomons Island Rd (Room 103) – Edgewater – MD 21037 – Phone: 443 . 433 . 5900 ext. 4
Glen Burnie Town Center (AACC)
101 Crain Highway North – Glen Burnie – MD 21061 – Phone: 410 . 777 . 1823
Sales and Service Training Center at Arundel Mills (AACC)
7000 Arundel Mills Circle – Hanover – MD 21076 – Phone: (410) 777-1823
Odenton Library – Anne Arundel County Public Library (AACC)
1325 Annapolis Road – Odenton – MD 21113 – Phone: 410 . 777 . 1823
College of Southern Maryland-Prince Frederick
115 J.W. Williams Rd – Prince Frederick – Maryland 20678, Ph: 301 . 934 . 7770
College of Southern Maryland offers free GED instruction in St. Mary’s, Charles, and Calvert counties.
Kent County Learning Center Rock Hall
21290 Civic Center Drive, Rock Hall, MD 21661, Phone: 410 . 639 . 9008
Kent County Learning Center at Mount Olive
2485 Lambs Meadow Road – Worton – MD 21678 – Phone: 410 . 778 . 3247 or 410 . 639 . 9008
Chesapeake College GED Classes
1000 College Cir, Wye Mills, Maryland 21679, Phone: 410 . 829 . 6043
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Also worth checking out: Dover GED Programs
Annapolis Area GED Testing Centers
Anne Arundel Community Coll. (Building: Student Union, Room: 240)
101 College Parkway | Arnold | Maryland 21012 | Phone 410-777-2613
Baltimore City Community College-Liberty Campus
2901 Liberty Heights Avenue | Baltimore | Maryland 21215 | Phone 410-462-7666
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Community Coll. of Baltimore Co.-Catonsville (Student Services Building, Room 161)
800 South Rolling Road | Catonsville | Maryland 21228 | Phone 443-840-4173
Digit All City (GED Testing)
89 Mellor Avenue – Catonsville | Maryland 21228 | Phone 443.927.7171
Anne Arundel Comm. College GED Classes
7009 Arundel Mills Circle – Hanover – Maryland 21076 | Phone 410.777.1915
Prince George’s Comm. College (Test Center, Rm 136)
6505 Belcrest Rd – Hyattsville – Maryland 20782 | Phone 301.546.8436
Prince George’s Comm College (Center for Advanced Technology, Room 129)
301 Largo Rd | Largo | Maryland 20774 | Phone 301.546.0702
College of Southern Maryland Prince Frederick GED Classes
115 J.W. Williams Road – Prince Frederick | Maryland 20678 | Phone 410-550-6040
100 College Circle – Wye Mills | Maryland 21679 – Phone 410.822.5400
Introducing The GED Online Testing Option
It used to be that taking the GED exam over the internet was not possible. You had to come personally to a state-designated Maryland GED test facility if you were looking to acquire your GED diploma.
Now, fortunately, that has changed. GED testing is now also possible in an online format where a proctor will oversee the test-taking process and makes sure you do everything in accordance with the regulations. For more information, check out: The online proctored GED test.
The GED Ready Test
The GED Ready® official practice test is about half as long as the actual GED test. There are four GED Ready tests, one for each of the test subject fields. You can buy the GED Ready test on the website GED.com at $6.99 each.
The GED Ready practice test includes questions that are similar to what you’ll find on the real thing in content, format, and difficulty level. This practice test is a great predictor of how you will perform on the real GED exam. You will receive a score report and advice on which topics and fields you should point your attention to.
First-time test-takers can now take the GED modules at a reduced rate. The regular fee in Maryland is $30 per individual module (subtest), but 1st-time testers only have to pay $11.25 per subtest if they use the “Maryland Subsidy Discount Code” when they pay for their first attempt of each of the four modules. You can find the discount code on the tester’s Activity page and also on the “Maryland Schedule GED Test” page.