This page includes an overview of all GED® prep class locations and testing sites in the Easton region. To earn your HSE (high school equivalency) diploma in Maryland, you’ll have to pass the four subtests of the GED exam.
You can sit for the GED exam at certified Maryland test centers or in an online format.
HSE testing is for persons who could not complete high school and this way, they can earn an equivalent degree.
The GED exam has four separate subtests in the academic sectors of Science, Literacy, Math, and Social Studies.
The GED exam measures proficiency at a level comparable to that of HS seniors upon graduation.
The GED is modular. You can take the tests (modules) separately. No need to prepare for, and take, all four subtests at once.
Until recently, there was no online GED test option. You were required to report in person to an official Maryland GED test site.
That has now changed, however, with the introduction of an online proctored GED test-taking option. Learn more below.
Easton GED prep facilities
Talbot County Career Ctr.
301 Bay Street – Easton – Maryland 21679 – Phone: (410) 822-5400 (ext. 2428)/443-1163
Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center (Chesapeake Coll.)
20 Bay St – Easton – Maryland 21601 – Ph: (410) 822.5400 (ext. 2428)
Locations around Easton (cities in alphabetic order)
Annapolis OIC (Anne Arundel Community College)
1908 Forest Dr – Annapolis – Maryland 21403 – Ph: (410) 799.9099
You can find all the options in our Annapolis area post
Chesapeake College Cambridge Center
416-418 Race Street – Cambridge – Maryland 21679 – Ph: (410) 827.5929/443-3002
Queen Anne’s County One-Stop Career Ctr
125 Comet Dr – Centreville – Maryland 21617 – Ph: (410) 758.8087/200.1714
Caroline County Career Ctr (Chesapeake Coll.)
300 Market St – Denton – Maryland 21629 – Ph: (410) 822.5400 (ext. 2485)/829.6043
Caroline County Library (Chesapeake Coll.)
100 Market St – Denton – Maryland 21629 – Ph: (410) 822.5400 (ext. 2485)
Chesapeake College Federalsburg Judy Hoyer Center
323 South University Dr – Federalsburg – Maryland 21632 – Phone: (410) 822-5400 (ext. 2485)/829-6043
Delaware Tech Comm. Coll.
21179 College Drive – Georgetown – Delaware 19947 – Phone (302) 856-5400
For all prep locations, check out our Georgetown page
Wor-Wic Community College-Salisbury
32000 Campus Dr – Salisbury – Maryland 21804 – Ph: (410) 341.6439
You can discover all Salisbury area options here: GED classes in and around Salisbury
Chesapeake College (Continuing Education & Workforce Training)
1000 College Circle – Wye Mills – Maryland 21679 – Ph: (410) 822.5400 (ext. 2485)
If a prep facility is overlooked or if any adjustments are needed, please feel free to advise us on this page. We value your contributions.
Easton area GED testing centers
Anne Arundel Comm. Coll. Student Union Bldg – Rm: 240)
101 College Parkway, Arnold, MD 21012, Ph (410) 777-2613
Wor-Wic Community Coll GED Testing
2000 Campus Drive, Salisbury, MD 21804, Ph (410) 334-2843
Seaford Library GED Testing
600 N Market Street Ext, Seaford, DE 19973, Ph (302) 629-2524
Warren County Community College (Instructional Support Center, 1st Fl, Rm 106, HiSET)
475 Route 57 West, Washington, NJ 07882, Ph (908) 835-2318
Chesapeake College GED Testing
100 College Circle, Wye Mills, MD 21679, Ph (410) 822-5400
New online GED testing option
Sitting for the four GED subtests over the internet was, until recently, not possible. To get hold of your GED credential, you had to come, in person, to an official Maryland GED testing site. Online GED testing was simply not available.
Well, that has changed with the arrival of an online, proctored GED testing option. A proctor will use an internet connection to oversee your GED test-taking activities and check if you act in accordance with the regulations. Check out this post: ‘New online GED test-taking option’ to read more.
The most recent version of the GED exam was introduced by GED Testing Service, a cooperation of the American Council on Education (ACE) and assessment developing giant Pearson, throughout the United States. The GED exam needs to be revised around every decade to remain a trustworthy measurement of high school equivalency, and when a new GED exam is introduced, the old version is retired.
The GED program is developed for adults who never finished high school and assists them in acquiring a comparable diploma. The certificate or diploma that you will be given after you successfully completed the Maryland GED exam is all across America accepted as equivalent to a standard high school diploma by employers, official organizations, and colleges.
A secondary education degree (high school diploma or GED certificate) nowadays is absolutely the minimum degree you need for virtually any kind of work and this level of education is required for admission to institutions of postsecondary education (colleges, universities). Without a high school or GED diploma, improvement in most career fields is out of the question. Go get your GED and do it fast.
Last Updated on January 21, 2021.