Listed here are all GED® prep facilities and test centers in the Daytona Beach, Florida, region.
Florida uses the fully computer-formatted GED test for its high school equivalency testing program (HSE exam).
The GED test is developed for adults who dropped out of high school and gives them another option for earning an equivalent degree.
The GED test contains four individual modules (subtests) in these fields: Math, Science, Literacy, and Social Studies.
These four tests must be completed within a time frame of two years. No need to take it all in one session.
It is not possible to take the GED test online. You are required to take the tests (one at a time if you wish) at a state-approved testing site.
The GED passing score is reduced to 145 points for each GED subtest.
GED prep classes in Daytona Beach
You can prepare for the GED test by studying online.
You can also choose traditional GED Prep classes near you. Check also:
Daytona State College School of Adult Education *)
1200 W Int’l Speedway Boulevard, Daytona Beach, FL 32120, Phone: 386-506-4495
Volusia Literacy Council
826 White Street, Daytona Beach, FL 32117, Phone: 386-255-8723
Housing Authority of Daytona (Neighborhood Networks Program)
211 N Ridgewood Avenue, Suite 300, Daytona Beach, FL 32114, Phone: 386-253-5653
The Neighborhood Networks Program is developed to offer learning opportunities for residents via educational classes, computer literacy education, and job skills training. This way residents will develop better employment chances and health in general. GED prep classes will develop certain skills needed to obtain a GED diploma, the equivalent of a high school diploma. Classes are also offered at Pine Haven, Palmetto Park, and Northwood Village.
Paxen Learning Center
405 Basin Street, Daytona Beach, FL 32114, Phone: 850-590-3528
Daytona Catapult Academy
128 N Nova Road, Daytona Beach, FL 32114, Phone: 386-232-4820
“Caring For Others” Academy GED Program
956 Orange Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32114, Phone: 386-238-4445
Pine Haven GED Classes (Housing Authority of Daytona)
101 Carl Brinkley Circle, Daytona Beach, FL 32114, Phone: 386-253-1013
Palmetto Park Neighborhood Network Center (Housing Authority of Daytona)
450 Whitney Street, Daytona Beach, FL 321124, Phone: 386-238-4930
Northwood Village (Housing Authority of Daytona)
1200 Ninth Street, Daytona Beach, FL 32117, Phone: 386-547-6183
Pentecost Church of God
458 Arthur Avenue, Daytona, FL 32114, Phone: 386-517-4614
Tomoka Correctional Institution
3950 Tiger Bay Road, Daytona Beach, FL 32124, Phone: 386-323-1070
Not open to the general public
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Locations around Daytona Beach (cities in alphabetic order)
G.W. Carver Community Center
206 E Drain Street, Bunnell, FL 32110, Phone: 386-437-8279
Bunnell Elementary School (Flagler Technical Institute)
305 N Palmetto Street, Bunnell, FL 32110, Phone: 386-447-4345
Flagler County Jail GED Program
1002 Justice Lane, Bunnell, FL 32110, Phone: 386-437-4116
Unavailable to the general public
Brevard Adult and Community Education
1225 Clearlake Road, Cocoa, FL 32926, Phone: 321-633-3660 x 199
More Cocoa options are listed here
Crescent City SHS (SJR)
2201 South Hwy 17 (Bldg 17, Room 1), Crescent City, FL 32112, Phone: 386-312-4080
Miller Intermediate School GED Instruction
101 S Prospect Street, Crescent City, FL 32112, Phone: 386-312-4080
Daytona State College-DeLand Campus
1155 County Road 4139, DeLand, FL 32724, Phone: 386-785-2002 / 506-4495
Blue Lake Elementary
282 Blue Lake Avenue, DeLand, FL 32724, Phone: 386-734-7190
Blue Lake Elementary offers GED instruction in partnership with Daytona State College.
Daytona State College-Deltona Campus
2351 Providence Boulevard, Deltona, FL 32725, Phone: 386-789-7312 / 506-4495
Daytona State College-New Smyrna Beach
940 Tenth Street, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168, Phone: 386-423-6338 / 506-4495
Babe James Community Center GED Classes **)
201 N Myrtle Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168, Phone: 386-314-4849 / 386-424-2299
Literacy Council of Marion County
240 S.W. 8th St, Ste C, Ocala, Florida 34471, Ph: 352.690.7323
For all locations for GED preparation in the Ocala area visit: Ocala GED Classes
Paisley United Methodist Church (Deliver The Difference Adult Education Program)
24980 County Road 42, Paisley, FL 32767, Ph: 352.343.6700
Flagler County Schools Adult Education
1 Corporate Drive, Suite 2 J, Palm Coast, FL 32137, Phone: 386-446-7612
Daytona State College-Flagler/Palm Coast Campus
3000 Palm Coast Parkway SE, Palm Coast, FL 32137, Phone: 386-246-4825 / 506-4495
Flagler Technical Institute
5400 E Highway 100, Palm Coast, FL 32164, Phone: 386-447-4345
Basic Educational Skills Tutoring Center GED Classes
4215 S Ridgewood Ave, Ste 104, Port Orange, FL 32127, Phone: 386-304-6444
Seminole State College-Sanford-Lake Mary
100 Weldon Boulevard, Rm B-113, Sanford, Florida 32773, Phone: 407.708.2153
See all Orlando area GED prep locations at Orlando GED Classes
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Daytona Beach area GED test centers
Daytona State Coll. Daytona Beach
1200 W Int’l Speedway Boulevard, Daytona Beach, FL 32120, Phone: 386-506-3067
Daytona State Coll. Deltona
2351 Providence Boulevard, Deltona, FL 32725, Phone: 386-789-7312
Flagler County Schools
1 Corporate Drive, Suite 2 J, Palm Coast, FL 32137, Phone: 386-446-7612
Daytona State Coll. Palm Coast
3000 Palm Coast Parkway SE, Palm Coast, FL 32137, Phone: 386-246-4825
Daytona State Coll. Smyrna Beach
940 10th Street, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168, Phone: 386-423-6338
You may also want to take a look at Jacksonville GED Programs
Build a better future
Deciding to go after your educational goals may be the key to a better job and a brighter future. If you prepare for the GED exam, you will work on elementary literacy and math skills, and you will earn your GED diploma. All over Florida, you can find facilities that offer has flexible day and evening classes.
The prep classes can be attended at campus locations or online from the comfort of your own home, but remember that online learning requires well-developed self-discipline.
Can I take one GED test at a time?
Yes, you can take one test at a time when you feel ready, there is no need to do it all at one time, and you have two years to complete all four tests of the new GED exam. These four tests are on subject matter that high school students are taught in four years of education, and the testing fields are: Math, Social Studies, Literacy, and Science.
For a full overview of everything related to the new GED program, you can go to the GED organization’s website: GED.com and register with the portal My GED to be taken through all processes step-by-step.
This is the place for registration, scheduling you test appointments, and the portal offers great insight into the world of academic education at college or university and offers additionally great details on the job market and industry developments for a great career.
The GED exam – for who is it?
The GED (General Education Development) program is developed to support adults who don’t have a high school diploma and gives them one more chance to acquire a similar diploma. Having the GED diploma will certainly boost employment options and allows for further education at colleges and universities.
In the United States, there still are around 40 million adults who did not finish high school, and the GED diploma offers them the opportunity to create a better future.
Can I take the GED tests online?
Online studying is perfectly okay, but the GED exam is not available via the internet. You must come to one of Florida’s designated GED testing sites. If a website offers the GED tests or the GED diploma online, the site is fraudulent. Please don’t get ripped off by these sites, their so-called diplomas are worthless.
The overhauled GED exam
A few years back, and for the 1st time in over a decade, the High School Graduate Equivalency exam (commonly referred to as the GED exam) went through a major overhaul. The most recent version of the GED exam is more challenging and fully computer-based. The GED exam is aligned with the Common Core State Standards, a uniform set of educational requirements that are driving changes in a lot of public schools across the nation. It is the goal of these standards to raise educational rigor throughout the U.S., and they are in line with what business and higher education officials expect.
The GED exam had not substantially changed in many years, so many people were anxious about the changes that came to the GED exam. The questioning style changed completely (only a few multiple choice questions remained), and there is now a greater focus on critical and analytical thinking. There is new and more challenging content, especially in the fields of geometry and U.S. history. The number of tests has dropped from five to four: literacy, mathematics, science and social studies.
*) Daytona State College
Daytona State College provides GED classes to prepare you optimally to sit for the GED (General Educational Development) exam with confidence. Passing the four-test GED exam (Literacy, Social Studies, Math, and Science) will result in your State of Florida High School Diploma which enables you to get a (better) job, be eligible for a job promotion, or go to college or university.
The GED Program is specially developed for students who are at least 16 years of age, but 16 and 17-year-olds must meet extra regulations. Classes are offered all across Florida at community colleges and private facilities. There are also online preparation courses available for qualified students.
**) Babe James Community Center
Youth and adults who don’t have a high school diploma are offered a great path to success. The City of New Smyrna Beach is partnering with Daytona State College to provide (among others) a GED preparation course to support youth and adults earn their GED diploma. The program is offered totally free of charge programs at the Alonzo “Babe” James Community Ctr (201 North Myrtle Avenue).
The GED program is self-paced, so students can learn at their own pace. Residents who are at least 16 years old will receive instruction on basic reading, writing, and math skills so they will be able to earn their GED diploma.
The GED program trains them to get better job options or to continue their academic education in college or university. GED classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.