GED Classes Framingham, Massachusetts

This page lists all GED®-HiSET prep sites and testing facilities in the Framingham area. Massachusetts offers two options for HSE (high school equivalency testing, the GED and the HiSET.

The HSE program offers adults who could not complete their HS curriculum the opportunity to acquire an equivalent degree.

The tests are at a level comparable to what HS seniors must command when they graduate.

The GED has four subtests in Reasoning through Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematical Reasoning.

The HiSET has separate reading and writing tests so five in total. The GED is computer-based while the HiSET is offered on-paper and on-computer.

The four GED subtests (modules) may be completed separately and you can also take the five HiSET modules one at a time if you wish.

GED Requirements in Massachusetts

Framingham GED Prep Locations

Framingham Adult Education
31 Flagg Dr | Framingham | Massachusetts 01702 | Ph (508) 626-4282

Framingham Public Library (Literacy Unlimited Program)
49 Lexington Street | Framingham | MA 01702 | Phone: (508) 532.5574 (ext. 457)

Joan Brack Adult Learning Center (South Middlesex Opportunity Council)
7 Bishop Street | Framingham | MA 01702 | Phone: (508) 872.6570

Keefe Tech Continuing Education
750 Winter St | Framingham | Massachusetts 01702 | Ph (508) 935-0202

Prep Sites Around Framingham (cities in alphabetic order)

Massachusetts GED Practice Test

Boston HiSET-GED Classes (Adult Literacy Initiative) 
316 Huntington Avenue | Boston | MA 02115 | Phone: (617) 927.8244
To see all Boston area HiSET/GED prep courses go to Boston region GED-HiSET Programs

Hudson-Maynard Adult Education Ctr
69 Brigham Street | Hudson | MA 01749 | Phone: (978) 567.6250 (ext. 0137)

Alvirne High School
200 Derry Rd | Hudson | New Hampshire 03051, Ph: (603) 886.1260 (ext. 2504)

Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School
215 Fitchburg St | Marlborough | Massachusetts 01752 | Ph: (508) 485-9430 (ext. 216)

Maynard Adult Learning Center
12 Bancroft St | Maynard | Massachusetts 01754 | Ph: (978) 567-6250 (x 0137)

Milford YOU Inc. 
3 Exchange Street | Milford | Massachusetts 01757 | Phone: (508) 473-2178

CNE HSE prep classes
146 South Main Street | Milford | MA | Phone: (508) 482-0010
Located in the Big Lots Plaza-Blessing Barn

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Parish (Women’s Education Program)
79 Denton Rd | Wellesley | Massachusetts 02482 | Ph: (781) 235-7310

Quinsigamond Comm. Coll. HSE Instruction
751 Grove Street | Worcester | MA 01605 | Phone: (508) 751.7900
For all options check out our Worchester page

Framingham Area GED Testing Centers

Boston Ctr. for Youth and Families
1483 Tremont St | Boston | MA 02120 | Phone (617) 635-4920
For more Boston GED-HiSET locations, click here

Clinton Adult Education Center
150 School St | Clinton | MA 01510 | Phone (978) 365-4226

Thomas Menino Comm Center
125 Brookway Rd | Roslindale | MA 02131 | Phone (617) 635-5256

Roslindale Community Center
6 Cummins Hwy | Roslindale | MA 02131 | Phone (617) 635-4920 ext. 2202

Quinsigamond Community College
25 Federal St | Worcester | MA 01608 | Phone (508) 854-7529

Worcester Adult Learning Center
24 Chatham St | Worcester | MA 01609 | Phone (508) 799-3090

Should we add a GED-HiSET prep location? Are maybe adjustments required? You are very welcome to inform us here on our contact page. Thank you.

Massachusetts Free Online HSE Online Classes

Your Future

A few years ago, Massachusetts had decided to drop the GED test and replace it with the more affordable HiSET (by ETS – Educational Testing Service) for the state’s High School Equivalency (HSE) assessment program. Later, though, Massachusetts re-introduced the GED alongside the HiSET. If you want to check if you qualify for the HSE program, go to GED-HiSET in Massachusetts.

Can I join the army with a GED?

The General Educational Development (GED) test and the HiSET (short for High School Equivalency Test) are internationally recognized. They were developed to measure basic academic knowledge and skills in core subject areas usually are learned in four years of high school education.

The  GED exam is measured on a scale that runs from 100 to 200 with 145-164 scaled score points considered as the Passing Standard for high school equivalency. 165-174 scaled score equals College Ready Scores, and 175-200 score points are College Ready + College Credit Scores. The HiSET is measured in its own way.

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