GED Classes Auburn, California

This is an overview of GED prep locations and testing facilities in the Auburn, California, region. California is using the fully computer-formatted GED exam for its high school equivalency testing program.

The state additionally welcomed the HiSET exam for this purpose which is both on-computer and on-paper.

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Both the GED® and HiSET® exams can be taken online or at a California official testing facility. More details are below.

The exams give persons who quit high school without graduating the possibility to obtain an equivalent credential.

The GED (General Education Development) exam includes four subtests in the fields of Literacy, Math, Science, and Social Studies.

HiSET testing involves five individual subtests since the Literacy part is split up into separate English Writing and English Reading tests.

Both exams offer the option to take one subtest at a time.

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Auburn GED Prep Facilities

Placer School for Adults
3775 Richardson Dr – Auburn – CA 95602 – Phone: (530) 885.8585

Placer Adult Literacy Services
350 Nevada St – Auburn – CA 95603 – Phone: (530) 886.4530

Shingle Springs Tribal TANF Program
1780 Auburn Ravine Rd – Auburn – CA 95603 – Phone: (916) 760-1660/1661

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Prep Locations Around Auburn (Cities By Alphabet)

Nevada Union Adult Education (HiSET)
11761 Ridge Rd – Grass Valley – CA 95945 – Phone: (530) 477.1225
Parking is located at First Baptist Church, Ridge Road

Wayne Brown Correctional Facility GED Program
950 Maidu Ave – Nevada City – CA 95959 – Phone: (530) 265.1291
Not open to the public

Charter Adult Ed. GED Classes
6767 Green Valley Rd – Placerville – CA 95667 – Phone: (530) 295.2291
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Roseville High School Equivalency Classes 
200 Branstetter Street – Roseville – CA 95678 – Phone: (916) 782.3952
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El Dorado County Adult Ed. (Mt. Tallac H.S.)
1735 Lake Tahoe Blvd – South Lake Tahoe – CA 96150 – Phone: (530) 295.2291

Tahoe-Truckee USD Adult Education
11603 Donner Pass Rd – Truckee – CA 96161 – Phone: (530) 582.2591 ext. 20444

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Auburn Area GED Test Sites

Placer Union School District GED Testing
13055 Bill Francis Drive | Auburn | California 95603 | Phone: (530) 885-8585

Sunrise Tech GED Testing
7322 Sunrise Boulevard | Citrus Heights | California 95610 | Phone: (916) 971-7654

Nevada Union Adult School (HiSET and GED)
11761 Ridge Road | Grass Valley | California 95945 | Phone: (530) 273.3351 x 217

El Dorado County Off. of Education GED Testing
6767 Green Valley Road | Building E | Placerville | California 95667 | Phone: (530) 295-2291

Roseville Adult School HiSET & GED testing
200 Branstetter Street | Roseville | California 95678 | Phone: (916) 782.3952

GED Cost

In California, the GED exam will set you back $164 ($41 per subtest) for both online and on-site testing, and the exam is taken completely computerized. The HiSET exam is offered on paper and on a computer and costs slightly less than the GED.

Practically all higher education schools, licensing boards, and armed forces branches accept the diploma that’s awarded upon successful completion of the GED and HiSET exams as they accept a high school diploma.

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Online GED, HiSET Testing

The GED and HiSET exams are now also available over the Internet. In the past, to earn your HSE diploma, you had to appear at a state-licensed testing center. Now, that has changed with the introduction of the online proctored GED and HiSET exams.

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Your Future

Until recently, we could find more than four million job positions that cannot be filled in the U.S., and this fact is mainly caused by a shortfall of available and rightly qualified applicants.

All these jobs require you to be a holder of a high school degree. Remarkably enough, we see around 40 million individuals who – for some reason – did not complete high school.

If only one in ten of these people would get their GED certificate, the whole problem would be non-exist, and the economy would be functioning as it should. The shortcoming of enough qualified workers affects our economy as a whole tremendously.

By acquiring the GED diploma, you boost your options to get a well-paying job, you will find enough available, but you will need to have a secondary education degree.