GED Classes Chandler, Arizona

Last Updated on April 10, 2024.

This page lists all GED prep class locations and testing facilities in the Chandler area. The state of Arizona is using the GED exam for its high school equivalency testing program.

There is an online GED testing option as well. To qualify for online testing, you must score in the “green zone” on the official GED Ready® test. Read more below.

The GED® test gives persons who left high school prematurely one more chance to earn an equivalent diploma.

The GED exam includes four subtests measuring proficiency in these subject areas:

  • Social Studies
  • Science
  • English Language
  • Math

You are given the liberty to take these subtests one at a time. No need to take the full GED battery in one take.

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For some students. it is better to learn under the supervision of a teacher at one of the sites listed below.

The GED test is quite challenging. The four modules assess knowledge at a level similar to what graduating high school seniors must command.

If you write the GED exam at a testing center, you’ll get two retakes at a reduced rate. This is not the case when you take the exam online.

For more information, like passing scores, testing fees, or Arizona qualification requirements, visit The Arizona GED Exam.

Chandler GED Prep Classes

Christian Community Ctr Chandler GED Program
345 S California St – Chandler – Arizona 85225 – Phone 480-963-1423

Sylvan Chandler
2160 W Chandler Blvd – Suite 16 – Chandler – AZ 85224 – Phone 480-676-4719

If you use our free practice tests for the GED test, you can easily identify your academic strengths and weaknesses. Knowing these will enhance your study efficiency so you can earn your GED faster.

Locations around Chandler (Cities by Alphabet)

Casa Grande Community Education – Central Lutheran Church 
449 N Drylake St – Casa Grande – Arizona 85122 – Phone 520.466.5024
Check out all Casa Grande area GED programs <- here

Central Arizona College GED Program
8470 North Overfield Road – Coolidge – Arizona 85128 – Phone 520-494-5444

Gilbert Adult Learning Center
55 North Greenfield Road – Gilbert – Arizona 85234 – Phone 480-497-3334

Arizona@Work-Gilbert (Referral)
735 N Gilbert Road – Ste 134 – Gilbert – Arizona 85234 – Phone 602-372-9700

Sylvan Gilbert & Queen Creek
2335 S Lindsay Road – Ste 114 – Gilbert – AZ 85295 – Phone 480-676-4727

South Mountain Community Coll. GED Classes
9233 South Av. del Yaqui – Guadalupe – Arizona 85283 – Phone 602.243.8217 or 480.384.9821

Central Arizona Coll. (Maricopa GED Classes)
17945 West Regent Rd – Maricopa – Arizona 85138 – Ph 520-494-6400

Mesa Public Schools GED Instruction
855 West 8th Ave – Mesa – AZ 85210, Phone: (480) 472-7259
All Mesa area GED prep sites <- can be found here

Queen Creek Family Resource Center
20435 S Ellsworth Rd – Queen Creek – Arizona 85242 – Phone 480.987.5988

Gila River Indian Comm. GED Instruction (by CAC)
192 South Skill Center Rd – Sacaton – AZ 85147 – Phone 520.494.5950 (CAC)
GED classes provided by Central Arizona College

Central Arizona College-San Tan Valley Campus
3736 East Bella Vista Rd –  San Tan Valley – AZ 85143 – Phone 480.677.7825 or 520.494.5950

Sylvan San Tan Valley (Sylvan Satellite Location)
4815 W Hunt Hwy – San Tan Valley – AZ 85142 – Phone 480.676.4727

Scottsdale Adult Ed. Center GED Program
9151 East Bell Road 102 – Scottsdale – Arizona 85260 – Ph 480.538.0828
For all Scottsdale GED prep classes, go to Scottsdale Area GED Programs

Rio Salado Coll. GED Classes
2323 W. 14th Street – Tempe – Arizona 85281 – Ph 480.517.8540/384-9620 or 480-517-8110

Rio Salado College GED Program
3320 South Price Road – Tempe – Arizona 85282 – Ph 480.384.9840/384.9620 or 480-517-8110

Chandler Area GED Testing Centers

Cities by alphabet

Mesa Comm. College GED Testing
1833 West Southern Ave | Mesa | AZ 85202 – Ph 480-461-7336

Mesa Comm. College GED Testing
7110 East McKellips Rd | Mesa | AZ 85207 | Ph 480-654-7811

Gateway Comm. College GED Test Center
108 North 40th St | Phoenix | AZ 85034 | Ph 602-286-8160
Check here -> for all Phoenix GED test centers

Rio Salado College GED Testing Center
21740 South Ellsworth Rd | Queen Creek | AZ 85142 | Ph 480-384-9317

Salt River Testing Center
1663 North Longmore Rd | Scottsdale | AZ 85256 | Ph 480-362-2154

Rio Salado Coll. GED Testing
3320 South Price Rd | Tempe | AZ 85282 | Ph 480-377-4160

Rio Salado Coll. GED Testing
2323 West 14th St | Tempe | AZ 85281 | Ph 480-517-8560

Online GED Exam

The four GED subtests can now be taken online and one at a time by students who score “green” on the GED Ready official practice test. A proctor will guide you through the process. For more details, go to this page -> ‘The online proctored GED test.’

Who is the GED Exam for?

The GED (General Education Development) exam provides the opportunity to obtain a high school equivalency degree for adults who did not complete their traditional high school education.

All across the country, the GED credential is seen as equivalent to a high school diploma. The instructions offered in GED and pre GED classes are developed to address the educational needs of people with a wide range of skills and capabilities.

The GED exam must be entirely done on a computer, and online testing was, until recently, not available. Applicants had to take the four subtests at an authorized testing center, but that has changed (see above). You can take one test at a time if you want. Please bear in mind that in Arizona, GED hopefuls must also pass the state’s Civics Test.

Age Requirements in Arizona

In Arizona, GED testers must be eighteen years old or older to qualify for the GED Equivalency Assessment. However, examinees ages sixteen and seventeen may also qualify if they provide a statement from their former high school verifying their formal withdrawal from school and a notarized statement of approval signed by a parent or legal guardian.

Arizona doesn’t require testers to attend a prep class prior to taking the assessment or reaching a passing score on the official practice test, the GED Ready Test, except when the exam is taken online.

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