GED Classes Bloomington, Indiana

Listed here are all GED® (in Indiana: TASC) prep class locations and testing facilities in the Bloomington region.

In Indiana, people looking to earn their HSE (high school equivalency) diploma, must pass the TASC exam.

HSE testing offers adults who could not complete high school the chance to earn an equivalent degree.

The testing level is similar to what students must command when they graduate high school.

The TASC consists of five testing sections: Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies, and Science.

The five-test battery will take some 7.5 hours to complete in total, generally divided over a few days but you may also opt to take the subtests individually.

The TASC is available both in a paper-and-pencil format and in a computer-based version.

GED Requirements in Indiana

Bloomington GED (TASC) prep sites

Monroe County Adult Education
705 West Coolidge Dr – Bloomington – IN 47403 – Ph: (812) 330-7731

Shalom Community Center TASC Instruction
620 South Walnut St – Bloomington – IN 47401 – Ph: (812) 334-5728

Bloomington area prep sites (cities by alphabet)

Bedford WorkOne Center
918 16th St – Bedford – IN 47421 – Ph: (812) 279-4400

N. Lawrence Vocational Technical Ctr
258 BNL Dr – Bedford – IN 47421 – Ph: (812) 279-3561 (ext. 229)

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N. Knox Alternative School TASC Classes
525 West 11th St – Bicknell – IN 47512 – Ph: (812) 735-0026

Turning Point Learning Ctr
4516 West State Rd 54 – Bloomfield – IN 47424 – Ph: (812) 659-2533

Greene County Literacy Coalition TASC 
125 South Franklin St – Bloomfield – IN 47424 – Ph: (812) 384-4125

Cloverdale High School
205 East Market St – Cloverdale – IN 46120 – Ph: (765) 795-4203 (ext. 5563)

McDowell Learning Ctr TASC 
2700 McKinley Ave – Columbus – IN 47201 – Ph: (812) 376-4451
More Columbus region prep sites can be found on this page

Lighthouse Fellowship Church TASC Instruction
5392 Indiana 67 – Gosport – IN 47433 –  Ph: (812) 829-3392

Goodwill Excel Ctr
5125 Decatur Blvd – Ste B – Indianapolis – IN 46241 – Ph: (317) 524-3700
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Linton-Green County WorkOne TASC Program
1600 NE A St – Ste 4 – Linton – IN 47441 – Ph: (812) 659-2533

WorkOne Express TASC
123 Cooper St – Loogootee – IN 47553 – Ph: (812) 295-2722

Vincennes University ABE
123 Cooper St – Loogootee – IN 47553 – Ph: (812) 295-2674

Morgan County Public Library (Central 9 Adult Education) 
110 South Jefferson St – Martinsville – IN 46151 – Ph: (317) 888-4401

Morgan County Literacy Coalition 
910 East Jackson St – Martinsville – IN 46151 – Ph: (765) 342-3266

Hammons School TASC Instruction
159 North 2nd St – Martinsville – IN 46151 – Ph: (765) 342-6641 (ext. 1005)

Brown County Literacy Coalition TASC Instruction
205 Locust Ln – Nashville – IN 47448 – Ph: (812) 988-6960

Brown County Resource Ctr
246 East Main St – Nashville – IN 47448 – Ph: (812) 988-5880

Spencer Elementary School (Owen Co. Learning Network)
151 East Hillside Av – Spencer – IN 47460 –  Ph: (812) 829-5869

Owen County Library  
10 South Montgomery St – Spencer – IN 47460 – Ph: (812) 829-3392 (ext. 212)

Turning Point Learning Center
Hwy 54 – Switz City – IN 47465 – Ph: (812) 659-2235

Mclean Education Center TASC Classes
961 Lafayette Ave – Terre Haute – IN 47804 – Ph: (812) 462-4330
See all Terre Haute TASC prep facilities here 

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Bloomington area testing centers

Broadview Education Center
705 West Coolidge Dr – Bloomington – IN 47403 – Ph: (812) 330-7731

N. Lawrence Vocational Technical Ctr. TASC testing
258 BNL Dr – Bedford – IN 47421 – Ph: (812) 279-3561

Chauncey Rose Learning Center
1275 Third Ave – Terre Haute – IN 47807 – Ph: (812) 462-4070

Ivy Tech Community College
8000 South Education Dr – Terre Haute – IN 47802 – Ph: (888) 489-5463

Can I become a Pilot with a GED?

The TASC exam

Indiana has decided to provide another high school equivalency exam to replace the GED that had been used for decades. Indiana opted for CTB/McGraw-Hill to offer those without a high school diploma an affordable exam that is also available on paper. So the TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion) has replaced the GED (General Educational Development) in Indiana.

Indiana is not the only state that now provides an alternative assessment exam since Pearson, the owner of the GED exam, has made the GED exam available only computer-based and at nearly doubled the price. There are more than fifteen states where the TASC is used. For eligibility criteria go to TASC testing in Indiana.

The TASC exam will be increased in rigor over the next years and brought in line with the Common Core Educational Standards. A top-quality workforce is crucial for the nation’s economic development, and Indiana believes that by providing the TASC exam, it will keep the HSE exam accessible and affordable to any Hoosier.

No online TASC exam

The High School Equivalency Program is developed for adults who don’t have a high school diploma and offers them a chance to earn a credential that is equivalent. The diploma will certainly job opportunities and is the ticket to higher education. Online TASC or GED testing is NOT possible. You’ll have to come to a state-approved HSE testing facility.

Maybe you want to be a Physiotherapist

Your HSE diploma qualifies you for a great college education and becoming a physiotherapist is a popular career track for more and more students with a high school or equivalent degree. If you want to be a physiotherapist in the U.S., you will have to complete a physical therapy graduate degree program. The program and the school must be accredited by the CAPTE (The Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education). To be admitted into such an accredited program, you are required to have a bachelor’s degree.

There are schools that offer programs that don’t have a preference regarding your undergraduate degree field, but there are also schools that require you to have a related undergraduate degree, for example in exercise science, anatomy, kinesiology, nursing, nutrition, or any other field that relates to health science or health in general.

Most Physical Therapy Graduate programs, however, require that you have at least completed a certain number of prerequisite courses in the sciences and human health during your undergraduate years, in order to qualify you for admission.

If you want to be a qualified physiotherapist, you must have a degree in physiotherapy or a recognized postgraduate award. Physiotherapists have an aptitude and interest in helping individuals who experience difficulty with their physical mobility caused by illness, injury, or age. Generally, they are motivated and dedicated to promoting fitness, wellness, and overall health. Individuals who become physiotherapists are generally also persons who take pleasure in a career that comes with mental and physical dexterity.

Physical therapists ensure that quality of life is stable or procured to the patient. They tend to the emotional, physical, mental, well being of the individual. Mostly helping them rehabilitate their affected areas and coming up with treatments and specific plans.

Physical therapists deal with a wide range of ages and issues on a daily basis. They take care of babies and the elderly who are in their dotage. Being diverse is a characteristic that one learns while getting a degree in physical therapy.

Physical Therapist Salary

  • Average Annual Salary: $78,680
  • Projected Lifetime Earnings: $3,324,000

Physical Therapy Career Paths

Making a choice to become a physical therapist is beneficial both socially and economically, there is a huge demand in physical therapists and anyone in the medical field. Since the world is growing in population, this means more injuries and a need for more qualified therapists to help. Becoming a physical therapist can secure a career that won’t disappear.

Different paths in physical therapy are various as well. Specialization in sports, women’s health, pediatric, orthopedic, neurological, geriatric, clinical electrophysiology, and cardiovascular therapies can give the student a field of desire in which they desire to enter. Becoming a physical therapist is a safe and dignified career for anyone to work in.

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