This post comes with an overview of all GED® preparatory facilities and test centers in the Conway area. The General Education Development program (GED) is for adults who never completed high school.
This way, they have the opportunity to earn a credential that’s equivalent to a common high school diploma.
The GED exam includes four separate tests in these fields: Science, Math, Literacy, and Social Studies.
You can take the subtests separately. There’s no need to take the entire GED battery all at once.
GED testing takes place at a level comparable to that of high school seniors upon graduation.
The GED test was not available online. Testing needed to be done at one of Arkansas’ state-designated GED test centers, but that has all changed with the arrival of the online GED exam. Read more below.
Conway GED prep sites
Conway Adult Education
615 East Robins Street – Conway – AR 72032 – Ph: (501) 450-4810
Conway Adult Education
125 Center Street – Conway – AR 72034 – Ph: (501) 450-4810
Conway WAGE Training Center
1500 North Museum Road – Suite 110 – Conway – AR 72032 – Ph: (501) 450-4810
The University of Central Arkansas
201 Donaghey Avenue – Conway – AR 72035 – Ph: (501) 215-4898
Locations around Conway (cities by alphabet)
Beebe Adult Education (ASU)
1000 West Iowa Street – Beebe – AR 72012 – Ph: (501) 207-6290
Van Buren County Adult Education
100 Success Drive – Clinton – AR 72031 – Ph: (501) 745-6554
North Central Adult Ed. (Leslie Center)
402 Oak Street – Leslie – AR 72645 – Ph: (870) 447-3098
Goodwill Education Center GED Instruction
1110 West 7th Street – Little Rock – AR 72201 – Ph: (501) 372-5100 (x 1162)
See all options on our Little Rock page
Morrilton Community College-The University of Arkansas
1537 University Boulevard – Morrilton – AR 72110 – Ph: (501) 215-4904
Adult Education Center (U of A Community College)
600 N Saint Joseph Street – Morrilton – AR 72110 – Ph: (501) 215-4904
Goodwill Indian Hills (Pulaski Co. Adult Ed.)
6929 JFK Boulevard – Suite 112 – North Little Rock – AR 72116 – Ph: (501) 392-0343
For all North Little Rock options click here
Russellville Adult Ed.
1000 South Arkansas Avenue – Russellville – AR 72801 – Ph: (479) 968-5244
All Russellville area options are listed here
Timbo High School (Ozarka College)
23747 Highway 263 North – Timbo – AR 72680 – Ph: (870) 213-7388
Vilonia Parent Center (Conway Adult Ed.)
5 Naylor Road – Vilonia – AR 72173 – Ph: (501) 450-4810
Free GED classes are provided by Conway Adult Education on Tuesdays from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. (just off Highway 64 East)
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Conway area GED testing centers
Conway Adult Ed. GSE testing
125 Center Street – Conway – AR 72032 – Ph: (501) 450-4810
Little Rock Adult Ed. GED testing
4800 West 26th Street – Little Rock – AR 72204 – Ph: (501) 447-1850
Arkansas Baptist Coll. Test Center
1418 W Daisy L. Gaston Bates Drive – Little Rock – AR 72202 – Ph: (501) 353.1449
The University of Arkansas Comm. Coll.
1537 University Boulevard – Morrilton – AR 72110 – Ph: (501) 977-2060
Pulaski County Adult Education GED Testing
4424 Highway 161 – North Little Rock – AR 72117 – Ph: (501) 945-6055
Online GED testing now possible
Sitting for the GED exam has, so far, never been possible. GED test-takers needed to come to an official Arkansas GED test center personally when they were looking to secure an Arkansas GED diploma. Well, that has now all changed. The GED test is now available in an online format as well and an online proctor will help students all through the process. For more information, check out online proctored GED testing now possible.
The Arkansas GED High School Equivalency (HSE) program serves all Arkansans 16 years and older who have quit high school early and are not engaged in a high school program. Applicants 16 or 17 years of age may sit for the examination if they are not signed up for school and they must have the allowance from their school district and their parents.
GED passing score
To pass the four GED subtests, you are required to score at least 145 points on each individual subtest, and averaging is not possible. The tests are scored on a 100 to 200 scale. The GED diploma opens the door to a college education and will definitely result in better employment options.
GED registration and information
Check out GED.com for everything that relates to the GED program. Sign up for MyGED and be guided through the processes of registration, scheduling, paying, and much more. This online portal also contains a wealth of information regarding the best preparation, employment market trends, and university and college profiles.
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