This article lists all GED® prep locations and testing sites in the Fort Morgan region. Colorado also offers the TASC and HiSET alternatives for HSE (high school equivalency) testing.
The HSE exam is for persons who never graduated high school and offers them the chance to earn an equivalent credential.
The GED is taken exclusively on a computer and comes with four separate subtests (modules) that may be taken separately.
The four modules cover the fields of Literacy (Reasoning through Language Arts), Math (Mathematical Reasoning), Social Studies, and Science.
The TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion) and the HiSET (High School Equivalency Test) exams are available both on paper and on a computer.
The HiSET and TASC exams include 5 subtests that can be taken separately as well. Here, the Literacy part is split up into separate English reading and English writing tests.
Fort Morgan GED Prep Classes
Fort Morgan Adult Education
117 Main St – Fort Morgan – Colorado 80701 – Phone: (970) 542.3270
Morgan Comm. Coll. Adult Basic Education Program
920 Barlow Rd – Cedar Hall – Fort Morgan – CO 80701 – Ph: (970) 542-3270
HSE instruction is offered on Tuesdays-Thursdays from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. and on Tuesday & Thursday nights from 6 – 8 p.m. MCC provides ESL (English as a 2nd Language) and ABE (Adult Basic Education) classes at locations in Fort Morgan, Burlington, and Limon.
Cargill Meat Solutions (Morgan Comm. Coll. Workplace Education)
1505 E Burlington Ave – Fort Morgan – CO 80701 – Phone: (970) 867-1575
Prep Sites Around Fort Morgan (cities by alphabet)
The Homework Center (Morgan Comm. Coll.)
506 Cameron St – Brush – CO 80723 – Phone: (970) 542-3270
Burlington Community Ctr (Morgan Community College)
340 South 14th St – Burlington – CO 80807 – Ph: (970) 542-3270
Aims Comm. Coll. Adult Education
5401 W 20th St – Greeley – CO 80634 – Phone: (970) 378-3578
After completing your GED, you can register for credit-bearing courses at Aims Community College. The school is a relatively small institution that counts just over 2 thousand undergraduate students. The Aims Community College acceptance rate is one hundred percent. Popular majors at Aims are Liberal Arts & Humanities, Automotive Mechanics, and Nursing Assistant.
For all Greeley area options click here
Northeastern Junior Coll. Adult Basic Education
100 College Ave – Sterling – CO 80751 – Phone: (970) 521-6761
For more Sterling area options click here
Wray Adult Education (Morgan Comm. Coll.)
32415 Hwy 34 – Wray – CO 80758 – Ph: (970) 332-5755
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Fort Morgan Area GED Testing Centers
Morgan Comm. College
920 Barlow Rd | Ft. Morgan | Colorado 80701 | Phone (970) 542-3188
Aims Comm. Coll.
5401 West 20th St | Greeley | Colorado 80632 | Phone (970) 339-6299
University of N. Colorado
1700 Ninth Ave | Greeley | Colorado 80631 | Phone (970) 351-2790
Northeastern Junior College
100 College Ave | Sterling | Colorado 80751 | Phone (970) 521-6604
GED Passing Score
The passing score on each of the four subtests is 145. The tests are scored on a 100-200 scale: passing score 145-164; college-ready 165-174; college-ready plus credits 175-200. The TASC and HiSET exams have their own scoring systems. Visit GED testing criteria in Colorado to see if you qualify, and maybe you also want to take a look at this page that links to all GED prep programs in America.
Online GED, HiSET, TASC Testing?
The HSE exam is NOT offered online. If you come across websites with different information, you can be sure that information is false. Getting all set for the four GED or five HiSET/TASC tests by using online prep resources is perfectly okay, and a great solution for students in remote areas or who have busy schedules, but testing must be done at an official state-designated testing center.
In Colorado, there are more than 435,000 individuals who for some reason did not complete their high school training. Adults who don’t hold a secondary diploma will encounter huge problems finding a good job, and will not be able to achieve their full potential. People without a high school or HSE diploma usually have higher unemployment rates and jobs with lower wages than their counterparts who do have a degree.
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