This article shows you all GED prep locations and testing sites in the Bridgewater area. New Jersey offers two options for high school equivalency testing: the GED and HiSET exams.
The HiSET and GED tests can be taken online and at certified test centers. To learn more about these online HiSET and GED testing options, check below at the bottom of this post.
The exams are for adults who don’t have a high school diploma and offer them the chance to earn an equivalent degree. The TASC exam was discontinued.
The GED® test has four tests in Literacy, Social Studies, Math, and Science.
The GED is modular, meaning the subtests (modules) can be taken separately. No need to sit for all four GED modules in one take.
The HiSET® has separate writing and reading tests, so five in total, that can also be taken separately.
New Jersey was actually the first U.S. state that allowed only computer-based testing for all offered alternatives. Paper-and-pencil testing is a thing of the past.
Bridgewater GED Prep Classes
Raritan Valley Community College Community Education
14 Vogt Drive | Bridgewater | NJ 08807 | Ph: (908) 218-8871
Bridgewater Huntington Education Center
676 Route 202-206 N | Bridgewater | NJ 08807 | Ph: (908) 725.3900
Literacy Volunteers-Somerset County
120 Finderne Avenue | Suite 7 | Bridgewater | NJ 08807 | Ph: (908) 725.5430
Middle Earth Program (referral only)
520 N Bridge Street | Bridgewater | NJ 08807 | Ph: (908) 725.7223
Middle Earth provides employment readiness instruction to teens and young adults. To qualify for this work assistance program, participants must be between 16 and 25, be residents of Somerset or Hunterdon counties, and meet specific criteria.
Sites Around Bridgewater (Cities In Alphabetic Order)
Raritan Valley Comm. Coll. Continuing Education
118 Lamington Road | Branchburg | NJ 08876 | Ph: 908-218.8871
Raritan Valley Community College offers prep classes to help students prepare for the HSE (high school equivalency) exam. The classes come with comprehensive instruction, study skills reviews, and practice tests in all of the test’s subject areas. Classes are in the evenings.
Bright Future Education Ctr
3322 Route 22 W | Suite 705 | Branchburg | NJ 08876 | Ph: (908) 218.0255
Hunterdon County Educational Services Commission
37 Hoffmans Crossing Road | Califon | NJ 07830 | Ph: (908) 806.2795
Middlesex College High School Equivalency Instruction
2600 Woodbridge Avenue | Edison | New Jersey 08818 | Ph: (732) 906-2556
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Flemington Adult Basic Education
8 Bartles Corner Road | Suite 205 | Flemington | NJ 08822 | Ph: (908) 237.5000
Hunterdon Co. Educational Services Commission
200 Main Street | Flemington | NJ 08822 | Ph: (908) 203.5092
Hunterdon Adult Education
51 Sawmill Road | Lebanon | NJ 08833 | Ph: (908) 806.2795
16 Elm Street | 1st Floor | Morristown | NJ 07960 | Ph: (973) 984.1998
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Union Co. College GED Classes
232 E Second Street | Plainfield | NJ 07060 | Ph: (908) 659.5114
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Somerset Workforce Learning Link
27 Warren Street | 2nd Floor | Somerville | NJ 08876 | Ph: (908) 541.5780
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Online GED, HiSET Testing Options
Sitting for the HiSET or GED exam was, until recently, not available over the internet. Now, this has changed as we witnessed the launch of both online HiSET and GED testing options.
To learn more about the online HiSET-At-Home exam, go to this post: ‘Welcoming the online HiSET exam,’ and for more detailed information about online proctored GED testing, check out ‘Introducing the GED online test.’
Go to GED testing in New Jersey to find out if you qualify.
Bridgewater Area GED Testing Centers
Cities by Alphabet
Raritan Valley Comm. Coll. Testing
118 Lamington Road | Branchburg | NJ 08876 | Phone 908-526-1200 (x 8422)
Edison Community Learning Ctr GED testing
1 Roosevelt Drive | Edison | NJ 08837 | Phone 732-321-2201
Union County College (6th Floor)
12-24 West Jersey Street | Elizabeth | NJ 07202 | Phone 908-659-5154
Elizabeth Public Library
11 S Broad Street | Elizabeth | NJ 07202 | Phone 908-354-6060
Lincoln Technical Inst (GED Testing)
675 Route 1 | Iselin | NJ 08830 | Phone 732-548-8798
Sussex County Community College (Building B, Room 317, HiSET/GED)
1 College Hill Road | Newton | NJ 07860 | Phone 973-300-2155
DeVry University-N Brunswick GED/HiSET Testing
630 US Highway 1 | North Brunswick | NJ 08902 | Phone 732-729-3532
Impetus Career Center
850 Carolier Lane | North Brunswick | NJ 08902 | Phone 732-246-4555
Plainfield Public Library GED Testing
800 Park Avenue | Plainfield | NJ 07060 | Ph 908-757-1111
The passing score for each individual GED subtest is 145. Averaging is not possible, so your total score needs to be at least 580.
The HiSET passing score is 8 (out of a possible 20) for each one of the five subject field tests, an essay score of at least 2 (out of 6), and no less than 45 points overall, not including your essay score.
Both exams are developed to help adults who, for whatever reason, never completed high school with obtaining a diploma that is comparable to a regular high school diploma.
So there are testing centers offering the HiSET exam (developed by ETS – Educational Testing Services) and sites that use the GED (developed by GED Testing Service), whereas others offer both options. Overall, the GED remains the most widely used High School Equivalency test, also in New Jersey.