On this page, we list all GED® prep locations and GED testing sites in the Cumberland region. Maryland uses the computer-based GED test for the state’s HSE (high school equivalency) testing program.
You can sit for the four GED subtests online or at one of Maryland’s official test centers.
The HSE program is for adults who never completed high school and gives them the opportunity to acquire an equivalent degree.
The GED exam measures proficiency at a level that compares to that of graduating high school seniors.
There are four individual GED subtests (modules) in Literacy, Math, Social Studies, and Science.
There’s no need to register for the four modules simultaneously. You can sit for the GED subtests one at a time.
Until recently, GED testing had to be done at a state-approved Maryland test center. There was no option over the internet but that has changed now an online proctored GED testing option was welcomed. Learn more below.
Cumberland GED prep classes
Allegany College of Maryland (Center for Continuing Education & Workforce Development)
12401 Willowbrook Rd SE | Cumberland | MD 21502 | Ph: (301) 784.5445/5446
Allegany County NEDP (Allegany College of Maryland Adult Education)
112 Baltimore St | Cumberland | MD 21502 | Ph: (301) 784.5445/5446
Gateway Center – Third Floor
Allegany County Board of Education
108 Washington St | Cumberland | MD 21502 | Ph: (301) 759.2046
Allegany County Health Department (Jackson Unit)
Country Club Rd | Cumberland | MD 21502 | Ph: (301) 777.2290
Cumberland YMCA GED Program
601 Kelly Rd | Cumberland | MD 21502 | Ph: (301) 777.9622
Horizon Goodwill Industries
12000 Upper Potomac Industrial Park St | Cumberland | MD 21502 | Ph: (301) 784.5445
Prep sites around Cumberland (cities in alphabetic order)
Garrett Community College (Career Technology Center)
116 Industrial Dr | Accident | MD 21520 | Ph: (301) 387.3770
Bedford County PA CareerLink
1 Corporate Dr | Suite 103 | Bedford | Pennsylvania 15522 | Phone: (814) 623-6107
Everett Comm. Action Center
195 Drive-In Lane | Everett | Pennsylvania 15537 | Phone: (814) 623-9129
Allegany County Board of Education
100 Dr. Nancy Grasmick Ln | Frostburg | MD 21532 | Ph: (301) 687.8025
Garrett College (Northern Outreach Ctr)
12601 National Pike | Grantsville | MD 21536 | Ph: (301) 387.3770
Mineral County Technical Center
600 Harley O Staggers Sr. Drive | Keyser | WV 26726 | Ph: (304) 788.4240
687 Mosser Rd | McHenry | MD 21541 | Ph: (301) 334.8304/387.3770
Meyersdale Library GED Classes
210 Center St | Meyersdale | PA 15552 | Ph: (814) 634.0512
Eastern WV Comm. & Technical Coll.-Moorefield
316 Eastern Dr | Moorefield | West Virginia 26836 | Ph: (304) 434.8000 (ext. 234)
Garrett College (Northern Outreach Center)
14 N 8th St | Oakland | MD 21550 | Ph: (301) 387.3770
Swan Meadow Elementary School (Garrett College)
6709 Garrett Hwy | Oakland | MD 21550 | Ph: (301) 387-3770
Eastern WV Comm. & Technical Coll.-Petersburg
150 Providence Ln | Petersburg | West Virginia 26847 | Ph: (304) 257-1277
South Branch Career & Technical Ctr.
401 Pierpont Street | Petersburg | West Virginia 26847 | Phone: (304) 257-1331
Hampshire Co. Adult Learning Ctr
HC 63 | Romney | WV 26757 | Ph: (304) 822.3979 (ext. 223)
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Cumberland area GED test sites
Allegany College of Maryland (Continuing Education Bldg, Rm CE15)
12401 Willowbrook Road, Cumberland, Maryland 21502, Phone 301-471-2332
Burlington TASC Testing Center
161 Hope Lane, Burlington, West Virginia 26710, Phone 304-2
Kenneth Honey Rubenstein Center School
141 Forestry Camp Road, Davis, West Virginia 26260, Phone 304-259-5241
Hagerstown Community College
11400 Robinwood Dr, Hagerstown, MD 21742, Ph: 240.500.2398
Check here for all Hagerstown area options
Pennsylvania Highlands Community College (Career Services & Workforce Development)
101 Community College Way, Johnstown, Pennsylvania 15904, Phone 814-262-3815
Mineral County Technical Ctr TASC Testing
981 Harley O. Staggers Drive, Keyser, West Virginia 26726, Phone 304-788-4240 ext 14
Lord Fairfax Community College (The Lodge, Room 325)
173 Skirmisher Lane, Middletown, Virginia 22645, Phone 540-869-0746
South Branch Career & Technical Center
401 Pierpont Street, Petersburg, West Virginia 26847, Phone 304-257-1331
Hampshire County CTE Building TASC Testing
157 Trojan Way, Romney, West Virginia 26757, Phone 304-822-3979 ext. 1015
Uptown Works GED Testing
109 East Main Street, Somerset, Pennsylvania 15501, Phone 814-701-0762
Lord Fairfax EMS Council GED Testing
180 Prosperity Drive, Suite 1, Winchester, Virginia 22602, Phone 540-665-0014
A new GED online testing option
Taking the four GED subtests via the internet was, until recently, not possible. You had to show up personally at a state-designated GED test facility if you wanted to get hold of your Maryland GED diploma.
Well, that has now changed. You can now take the GED exam as well in an online format. A proctor will, over an internet connection, oversee your test-taking activities and check whether you do everything in line with the regulations. Go to this page: ‘New online proctored GED testing option’ to learn more.
The passing score for each subtest is 145. Your scores are measured on a scale with a range of 100 to 200. Averaging is not possible so your total score cannot be under 580. Check also this page that has links to all U.S. GED prep programs and testing centers. There is no need to prepare for (and take) all four tests at once. You may take one test (or module) at a time.
In Maryland, you are eligible to sit for the GED exam if you are at least 18 years of age, not have a secondary education credential, and not be engaged in any school program. Young adults 16 and 17 years old may also qualify but there are further strict regulations. They must provide a withdrawal declaration from the school they last attended and produce a letter from an employer that states that you must have the GED diploma to gain or maintain a job.
A brighter future
The tests of General Education Development (usually named GED) offer adults who don’t hold a high school diploma the opportunity to earn a credential that’s considered equivalent to a common high school diploma. GED graduates can continue their education in college and the degree will surely lead to better employment.
Last Updated on January 21, 2021.