In this article, you can find all GED preparatory facilities and testing sites in the Culpeper area. Virginia uses the GED exam for its high school equivalency testing program.
GED testing can be done online and at state-recognized GED test facilities.
The exam gives adults who never completed high school the opportunity to earn an equivalent degree.
GED® testing happens at a level that is similar to what high school seniors are expected to master upon graduation.
There are four GED subtests (modules) that measure a GED tester’s knowledge in these fields:
- Social Studies
- English Language
The GED diploma is, across North America, accepted just like a high school degree by schools and employers.
You can take the four tests one by one. You’re not required to take the GED battery in one testing session.
The GED test was, until recently, not offered online. You had to come, in person, to an official GED testing site.
This has now changed with the introduction of an online proctored GED test-taking option. Check below for more details.
Culpeper GED Prep Classes
Culpeper Literacy Council
415 S Main St – Ste 204 – Culpeper – VA 22701 – Phone (540) 825.5804
Culpeper Career Resource Center (Virginia Works)
210 E Stevens St – Ste 310 – Culpeper – VA 22701 – Phone: (540) 212.4570
Locations Around Culpeper (Cities By Alphabet)
Fauquier Public Library-Bealeton (Piedmont Regional Adult & Continuing Ed.)
10877 Willow Dr N – Bealeton – VA 22712 – Phone: (540) 718-8243
Piedmont Virginia Community College
501 College Dr – Charlottesville – VA 22903 – Phone: (434) 961.5461
For all Charlottesville GED prep sites, <- go to this post
Family Literacy of Stafford County
610 Gayle St – Fredericksburg – VA 22405 – Phone: (540) 368-2559
Check out more prep sites on our Fredericksburg region page
Piedmont Regional Adult and Career Education Programs (PRACEP)
6368 Flat Run Rd – Locust Grove – VA 22508 – Phone: (540) 718.8243
Located at Locust Grove Middle School
Laurel Ridge Community College-Luray (Page County Center)
334 N Hawksbill St – Luray – VA 22835 – Phone (540) 869.0748
Madison County Literacy Council
110 N Main St – Suite A – Madison – VA 22727 – Phone (540) 948.5514
Rapp Center for Education
12018 Lee Hwy – Sperryville – VA 22740 – Phone: (540) 987.0513
Located @Sperryville Schoolhouse
Fauquier Library-Warrenton (Piedmont Reg. Adult and Continuing Education)
11 Winchester St – Warrenton – VA 20186 – Phone: (540) 718-8243
Check here for all -> Warrenton GED prep facilities
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To see if you qualify, go to GED testing in Virginia.
Launching The Online GED Exam
Until recently, you couldn’t take the GED exam in an online format. To acquire your Virginia GED diploma, you personally had to appear at one of Virginia’s state-designated official GED test centers.
This has now changed as we witnessed the launch of an online GED test that allows you to sit for the four GED modules from home. An online proctor oversees the process and checks if you do your testing activities in line with the rules and regulations. You can learn more here: ‘The online proctored GED exam.’
Culpeper Area GED Testing Sites
Germanna Community College-Culpeper (Daniel Technology Center, Room 205)
18121 Technology Drive, Culpeper, Virginia 22701, Phone (540) 937-2932
318 South West Street, Culpeper, Virginia 22701, Phone (540) 718-8243
Germanna Community College-Fredericksburg GED testing
10000 Germanna Point Dr, Fredericksburg, Virginia 22408, Phone (540) 834-1035
MD Tech Solutions
109 Olde Greenwich Dr, Ste 102, Fredericksburg, Virginia 22408, Phone (540) 371-3725
Cardinal Instit. for Health Career
150 Riverside Pkwy, Ste 215, Fredericksburg, Virginia 22406, Phone (540) 479-6600
Piedmont Regional Test Center (Room 128)
6368 Flat Run Road, Locust Grove, Virginia 22508, Phone (540) 718-8243
Bluemont Technology & Research-Luray
136 General Drive, Suite 100, Luray, Virginia 22835, Phone (844) 462-5836
In Virginia, the battery of four subtests will set you back $144, or $36 per test, and you only pay for what you take. You can prepare for one subject, register and pay for just that part, pass the subtest, and move on to the next part.
If you take the GED exam in an online proctored format, the cost will also be $144 ($36 per sub-exam). On top of that, you’ll also have to count the $28 that four GED Ready tests will set you back. There’s one of these practice tests for each sub-exam that you need to pass (the cost is $6.99 each). So your total cost will be $172. Onsego’s My Advantage students will receive four GED Ready tests for free!
You can register for the GED test 24/7 via the website GED.com. You need to create your account at MyGED, the online portal where you can also schedule and pay for your tests and learn in detail how the process works. Here, you can also check your scores and discover all sorts of things regarding job prospects and colleges.