In this post, we list all GED testing facilities and prep site locations in the Dickinson region. North Dakota is using the computer-formatted GED exam for high school equivalency testing.
GED testing can be done online or at one of North Dakota’s official testing facilities.
The exam offers people who couldn’t graduate high school one more shot at securing an equivalent credential.
Testing takes place at a level that’s similar to what HS seniors are expected to know when they graduate.
The GED® exam has four subtests in Math, Social Studies, Science, and Literacy that may be completed one subtest at a time.
In North Dakota, GED test-takers must additionally pass a U.S. Civics Exam to earn their North Dakota HSE (High School Equivalency) diploma.
In earlier days, GED testing over the internet was not possible. Personal appearance at a state-designated testing facility was required.
Now, however, we saw the launch of an online GED test-taking option. Learn more below.
Dickinson GED Prep Locations
Dickinson Adult Learning Center
402 4th Street W – Dickinson – ND 58601 – Phone: 701.456.0008
Please use North Door #3 to enter the Adult Learning Center
2004 Fairway Street – Dickinson – ND 58601 – Phone: 701.223.0010 or 701.712.5459
Prep Sites Around Dickinson (Cities By Alphabet)
Bismarck State College GED Classes (Bismarck Adult Education Ctr.)
1200 College Dr – Bismarck – ND 58501 – Ph: 701.323.4530
See all Bismarck area locations here -> Bismarck GED Prep Sites
Dawson Community College HiSET Instruction
300 College Drive – Glendive – Montana 59330 – Ph: 406.377.9448
N. Dakota Youth Correctional Center
701 16th Avenue SW – Mandan – ND 58554 – Phone: 701-667-1400
Not open to the public
Miles Community College HiSET Instruction
2715 Dickinson Street – Miles City – MT 59301 – Ph: 406.874.6152
Check here to see all -> HiSET prep sites in Miles City
Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish Coll. Adult Basic Education
301 College Drive – New Town – ND 58763 – Ph: 701.627.8058
Fort Peck Community College HiSET Classes
605 Indian Avenue – Poplar – MT 59255 – Phone: 406-647-7831
Black Hills Career Learning Center
730 East Watertown – Rapid City – SD 57701 – Ph: 605.394.5120
Check out all -> GED prep classes in Rapid City
Literacy Volunteers of Richland County – Adult Education
121 Third Avenue NW – Sidney – MT 59270 – Phone: 406.480.1971
Williston State College Adult Education
1410 University Avenue – Williston – North Dakota 58801 – Ph: 701-774-4525 or (701) 770-6236
Williston Sylvan Learning
222 University Avenue – Williston – North Dakota 58801 – Ph: 701-712-5459
Fort Peck Community College (HiSET)
301 Benton Street – Wolf Point – Montana 59201 – Phone: 406-653-3900
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To see if you are eligible for the GED program, go to -> GED in North Dakota.
Welcoming The Online GED Test
In the past, sitting for the four GED subtests over the internet was never an option. That is, until recently. You were always required to come personally to an official North Dakota state-designated GED testing site.
Well, now all of that has changed as we saw the launch of a new online proctored GED testing option. To learn more about this great new opportunity, go to this page: ‘Introducing the online GED test.’
Dickinson Area GED Testing Centers
Dickinson Adult Education Center GED testing
402 Fourth Street W, Dickinson, ND 58602, Ph: 701-456-0008
Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish Community Coll. Test Center
220 8th Avenue North, New Town, North Dakota 58763, Ph: 701.627.4738
Bismarck GED Test Center
1200 College Drive, Bismarck, ND 58501, Ph: 701-323-4530
Williston State College GED Test Center
1410 University Ave, Williston, North Dakota 58801, Ph: 701.774.6236
Who Is The GED Exam For?
To pass the GED exam, adults who did not complete their normal high school education must demonstrate, via four separate tests, that they command academic skills, knowledge, and concepts at the level that can be expected of students after four years of high school education.
The GED exam is developed to help adults who never completed their high school education acquire a credential that is nationally recognized and accepted as the equivalency to a standard high school diploma by practically all schools, employers, and government organizations.