GED Classes Concord, New Hampshire

Last Updated on April 11, 2024.

This article lists all GED and HiSET prep class sites and testing locations in the Concord area. The New Hampshire GED and HiSET exams can be written online and at state-designated test centers.


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So, if you wish to earn your high school equivalency (HSE) degree in New Hampshire, you must pass the GED® or HiSET® exam.

The exams are for adults who have never graduated high school. It gives them a chance to obtain an equivalent diploma.

Both exams assess knowledge at a level similar to what High School students must command upon graduation.

GED testing involves four separate modules (independent subtests) in the fields of

  • Mathematical reasoning
  • Reasoning through Language Arts
  • Science
  • Social Studies

The HiSET (short for High School Equivalency Test) has five testing subject areas: writing, reading, social studies, math, and science.

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In earlier days, there was no GED or HiSET testing option. You had to come to an official New Hampshire testing site and sit for the exams in person.

However, this has now changed with the arrival of online proctored GED and HiSET test-taking options. Read more below.

For GED eligibility requirements in New Hampshire, GED or HiSET scores, or testing fees, visit our page The New Hampshire GED Exam.

Concord GED Prep Facilities

Adult Education Concord (@Second Start)
17 Knight Street – Concord – NH 03301 – 603.228.1341

Parker Education HiSET Prep
33 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH 03301, 603-228-4209

Parker Academy
2 Fisk Road, Concord, NH 03301, 603-228-4209

NH Works Concord Career Center
45 S Fruit Street, Concord, NH 03301, 603-228-4100 ext, 4205
For referral and advice

Locations around Concord (Cities by Alphabet)

Conway NH Works Career Ctr
518 White Mountain Highway, Conway, NH 03818, 603-447-5924
For referrals only

Dover Adult Education (@McConnell Community Center)
61 Locust St, Dover, New Hampshire 03820, 603-742-1030

Dover Adult Learning Center of Strafford Co. (Adult Education Farmington)
22 Atkinson St, Dover, New Hampshire 03820, 603-742-1030

Adult Education Franklin (@Franklin-Hill-Tilton-Northfield Adult Education)
119 Central St, Franklin, NH 03235, 603-934-5441 ext. 3451

Fuller Public Library Project LIFT
29 School St, Hillsborough, NH 03244, 603-464-5285

Laconia Adult Education
345 Union Avenue – Laconia – NH 03246 – 603.524.5712

NH Works Laconia Career Center
426 Union Avenue – Suite 3 – Laconia – NH 03246 – 603.524.3960

Manchester Adult Learning Center (Manchester Resource Ctr)
434 Lake Ave, Manchester, New Hampshire 03103, 603.703.0236 or 603.321.3416
For all options in the Manchester area, go to Manchester Area GED Courses

Kearsarge Regional High School
457 North Road, North Sutton, NH 03260, 603-927-4261
NOT a GED or HiSET program, but Kearsarge Regional High School offers an Adult Diploma Program for adult learners 16 years of age and older who haven’t completed high school.

Carroll County Jail HSE Program
50 County Farm Rd, Ossipee, NH 03864, 603-539-2282
Not open to the general public

Pembroke Academy
209 Academy Rd, Pembroke, NH 03275, 603-485-7881
Pembroke Academy offers the New Hampshire Adult Diploma Program

ConVal High School Adult Diploma & HSE Program
184 Hancock Rd, Peterborough, NH 03458, 603-924-4120
ConVal Adult Education offers an Adult Diploma Program and HSE preparation. Classes meet at ConVal High School. Please call for availability.

Pemi-Baker Literacy
258 Highland St, Plymouth – NH 03264 – Ph: 603.536.2998

Plymouth Regional High School HSE Classes
86 Old Ward Bridge Rd, Plymouth, NH 03246, 603-536-1444 ext. 3

Dover Adult Education-Rochester (@First Church Congregational)
63 S. Main St, Rochester, NH 03867, Ph: 603-335-6200

Gafney Library (Greater Wakefield Resource Ctr)
14 High St, Sanbornville, NH 03872, 603-522-3401 or 603-986-1116
Gafney Library’s literacy program is available to students wanting to enhance their literacy skills in math, reading, and writing. Basic computer skills are trained to make applicants all set for the HSE (High School Equivalency) exam.

Carroll County Adult Education
680 White Mountain Highway, Tamworth, NH 03886, 603-323-5100

Online GED and HiSET Tests

In earlier days, the GED and HiSET exams could be written exclusively at official, state-approved testing sites. There just was no online option to sit for taking the high school equivalency test. That has changed now with the arrival of the online GED and HiSET testing options.

For more details on the online HiSET exam, check out the following post: The online HiSET exam. For all information about the OP (Online Proctored) GED test, check out this page.

Concord Area GED Test Locations

Concord Second Start Adult Education HiSET testing
17 Knight St | Concord | NH 03301 | 603.228.1341

New Hampshire Department of Education Walker Building (HiSET Testing)
21 S Fruit St | Concord | NH 03301 | 603.271.6701

From here, cities by alphabet

New Hampshire CPR Center (GED)
9 Cedarwood Dr | Unit 12 | Bedford | NH 03110 | 603.668.5360

Franklin High School (Room 114, HiSET)
119 Central St | Franklin | NH 03235 | 603.934.5441

Nat’l Flight Simulator (GED Testing)
175 Ammon Dr | Suite 103 | Manchester | NH 03103 | 603.880.0044

Manchester Adult Education (HiSET)
9 Notre Dame Ave | Manchester | NH 03102 | 603.235.4340

Pemi-Baker Literacy (HiSET)
258 Highland St | Plymouth | NH 03264 | 603.536.2998

Gafney Library Adult Education (HiSET)
254 Main St | Union | NH 03887 | 603.522.9593

GED Cost

The New Hampshire GED test costs $36 per subject test ($144 overall) when taken online or at a testing center in a computer-based format. New Hampshire is the only state where GED hopefuls can also take the GED exam on paper, but then, the cost is $46 per subject test ($184 in total).

HiSET Cost

The cost of the NH HiSET exam is $25 per subtest. Some testing centers provide practice tests, and these are not free (usually $10 to $15). The practice tests on this website are free. You have to be at least 16 years of age, but if you are 16 or 17, you may only be eligible if you meet strict requirements. Please contact the nearest testing center.

In New Hampshire, you must be a state resident to be able to take the exam, and please think about bringing a valid government-issued photo ID.

If you are taking the HiSET test in a paper-and-pencil format, you will receive your test results in two weeks, but if you opt for computer-based testing, you can check your scores immediately after testing, except for the writing section.


The GED passing score is 145 on each of the four subject tests. Scoring takes place on a 100-200 scoring scale. The passing score ranges are:

  • 145-164: high school equivalent scores
  • 165-174: college-ready scores
  • 175-200 college-ready PLUS college credit scores

The passing score on each of the five HiSET subject area tests is 8 out of a possible 20. The essay section must result in at least 2 (out of 6) points, and the total score must not be under 45 (out of 100), not including your essay score.

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