In this article, you can discover all GED test facilities and prep sites in the Del Rio area. In Texas, you need to pass the GED exam to earn your high school equivalency degree.
The GED exam is given at state-recognized test centers and in an online proctored format.
The Texas GED® test is for adults who never finished high school, and this way, they have the chance to acquire an equivalent degree.
The exam includes four subtests (modules) in Reasoning through Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematical Reasoning, and Science.
You are not required to complete the four GED modules in one testing session.
The GED is fully computerized and is offered in English and Spanish.
For information on the newly welcomed online proctored GED testing option, check below at the bottom of this page.
GED Prep In Del Rio
SW Texas Junior College-Del Rio (Building E)
207 Wildcat Drive – Del Rio – TX 78840 – Ph: (830) 519-7385/7235 or (830) 703-1572
Workforce Solutions – Middle Rio Grande (Referral)
1601 Veterans Boulevard – Suite 1 – Del Rio – TX 78840 – Ph: (830) 774-4741
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GED Prep Classes Around Del Rio (Cities By Alphabet)
Kinney County Library (SWTJC)
510 S Ellen St – Brackettville – TX 78832 – Ph: (830) 591-7235/7385
Camp Wood Public Library (SWTJC)
106 Nueces St – Camp Wood – Texas 78833 – Ph: (830) 591-7235/7385
Carrizo Springs MRG-WFS (SWTJC)
307 W Nopal St – Carrizo Springs – TX 78834 – Ph: (830) 591-7235/7385
SW Texas Junior College-Crystal City
215 West Zavala Street – Crystal City – Texas 78839 – Ph: (830) 374-2828 or (830) 591.7235
SWTJC Eagle Pass Extension Center
1980 Antonio M Garcia St – Eagle Pass – TX 78852 – Ph: (830) 752.1761 or (830) 591.7235
S. Texas Regional Training Ctr (SWTJC)
402 Carter St – Hondo – TX 68861 – Ph: (830) 584.7027
Rocksprings Library (SWTJC)
201 N Hwy 377 – Rocksprings – TX 78880 – Ph: (830) 591-7235/7385
Howard College-San Angelo GED Classes
3501 N US 67 – San Angelo – Texas 76905 – Phone: (325) 481-8323
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SW Texas Junior College-Uvalde (R.K. Miller Technical Building)
2401 Garner Field Rd – Uvalde – TX 78801 – Ph: (830) 591.7236/7385
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Del Rio Area GED Test Centers
HiSET testing is no longer available in Texas. Should a test site NOT offer the GED exam, please inform us through this contact page. Thank you.
BiblioTech-West GED Test Center
2003 S Zarzamora St – San Antonio – Texas 78207 – Ph (210) 631.0190
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SW Texas Junior Coll. Uvalde GED Test Center
2401 Garner Field Rd – Uvalde – Texas 78801 | Ph (830) 591.7346
Dietert Center GED Testing
451 Guadalupe Street | Kerrville | Texas 78028 | Ph (830) 792-4044
Sul Ross State University GED Testing Center (Morgan Univ Ctr, Rm 211, 2nd Fl)
400 N. Harrison St – Alpine – Texas 79832 – Ph (432) 837.8178
Welcoming Online GED Testing
It used to be that the GED test needed to be dealt with in person at one of Texas’ official HSE (high school equivalency) testing facilities. Taking the tests online was never possible. But now, that has changed with the introduction of an online proctored GED test.
If you want to read more about the online proctored GED exam, visit ‘The online proctored GED exam.’
The Texas GED exam costs $135 for all four subtests, so $29.75 per subject test. There’s no need to pay upfront for the entire exam. You only pay for the subtest(s) you register for. The GED diploma is your ticket to a college education and will make you successful on the work floor and in life. Online testing is more expensive.
Not everyone is eligible for this exam. For you to be considered to sit for the GED exam, you must have mastered arithmetic and reading skills from grade-level classes. You must also have the ability to analyze the information available in journals, magazines, letters, etc.
The good thing about the GED exam is that the arithmetic skills required are simple math skills involving division, multiplication, addition, and subtraction. The GED is modular, meaning you have the liberty to sit for one subject test (module) when you are sufficiently prepared.
You must be 18 years or older, but for 16/17 yr. old applicants, there are special arrangements under strict conditions, so see a testing site near you. You should not already have a g high school diploma or be engaged in a school program.
So before setting your feet towards the exam room, ensure you have these skills right at your fingertips: reading, arithmetic, and critical thinking skills. This means that you must have completed your 9th-grade reading level well equipped with the aforementioned skills.