GED Classes Frederick, Maryland

On this page, you can discover all GED® prep class locations and testing centers in the Frederick area. To earn your HSE (high school equivalency) credential in Maryland, you need to pass the four subtests of the GED exam.

The HSE program gives adults who never finished high school the opportunity to acquire an equivalent degree.

The four GED subtests must be taken on a computer and are in Literacy, Math, Social Studies, and Science.

You can complete the four GED subtests one at a time. No need to take the entire GED battery in one take.

Online testing is not offered. You need to show up at an official Maryland GED testing site.

There is no online GED test. Personal appearance at an official GED test center is required.

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Frederick GED Prep Facilities

Frederick Community College
7932 Opossumtown Pike – Frederick – MD 21702 – Ph: (240) 629.7962
The school’s GED prep classes are available to out-of-school adults of at least 18 years of age. All applicants must attend an orientation session before they can attend classes. This orientation is offered for free, but space is limited, so please come in early.

Family Partnership
8420 Gas House Pike -Suite EE – Frederick – MD 21701 – Ph: (301) 846.2206

Hood College (Brodbeck Scholars Program)
401 Rosemont Ave | Frederick | MD 21701 | Ph: (301) 696.3616

Centro Hispano (HARC)
1080 W Patrick St | Frederick | MD 21703 | Ph: (301) 465.0473

Locations Around Frederick (cities in alphabetic order)

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Jefferson County Schools TASC Instruction
110 Mordington Ave – Charles Town – WV 25414 – Ph: (304) 728.9741
For more Charles Town options click here

Up-County Family Partnership
303 W Lincoln Ave – Emmitsburg – MD 21727 – Ph: (301) 600.7450

Adams County CareerLink GED Instruction
150 V-Twin Dr – Gettysburg – PA 17325 – Ph: (717) 334.1173
For all Gettysburg-area options click here

Horizon Goodwill GED Classes
14515 Pennsylvania Ave – Hagerstown – MD 21742 – Ph: (301) 733.7330
For all Hagerstown-area prep locations go to this page

Harpers Ferry Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center
146 Buffalo Dr – Harpers Ferry – WV 25425 – Ph: (304) 728.5708

Loudoun Adult Ed. (Monroe Technology Ctr)
715 Children Ctr Rd SW – Leesburg – VA 20175 – Ph: (571) 252.2119
For all Leesburg-area options click here

Carroll Community College
99 Kings Dr – Taneytown – MD 21787 – Ph: (410) 386.2550

Frederick County Adult Education
44 W Frederick St – Bldg B – Walkersville – MD 21793 – Ph: (240) 236.8450

Carroll County BERC (Business/Employment Resource Center-CCC)
224 N Center St – Ste 105A – Westminster – MD 21157 – Ph: (410) 386.2550/2820

Carroll Community College-Westminster
1601 Washington Rd – Westminster – MD 21157 – Ph: (410) 386.8630

Carroll Community College Adult Education Program
224 N Center St – Room 101 – Westminster – MD 21157 – Ph: (410) 386.8630

Carroll County Literacy Council
255 Clifton Blvd – Ste 314 – Westminster – MD 21157 – Ph: (410) 857.0766

Are perhaps adjustments needed? Should we add a facility? We welcome your advice here. Thank you.

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Frederick Area GED Testing Centers

Frederick Community College (Testing Center, L-Building, Room 104)
7932 Opossumtown Pike | Frederick | MD 2170 | Phone 301-846-2522

Jefferson County Schools
110 Mordington Ave – Charles Town – WV 25414, Phone 304-728-9741

Montgomery College GED Testing
20200 Observation Drive | Germantown | MD 20876 | Phone 240-567-7739

Hagerstown Community College (Learning Resource Ctr, Room 322)
11400 Robinwood Drive | Hagerstown | MD 21742 | Phone 301-790-2800

Douglass School (Loudoun Co. Schools)
407 E Market Street | Leesburg | VA 20176 | Phone 571-252-2060

Carroll Community College GED testing center (A132)
1601 Washington Road | Westminster | MD 21157 | Phone 410-386-8458

Your Future

Maryland subsidizes GED testing and the entire GED battery will set you back just $45 in the state. GED testing in Maryland is only for state residents. For eligibility criteria go to this post: GED testing in Maryland.

Studying and preparing for the GED exam has become a necessity, as many multiple-choice questions have been done away with in favor of mathematical questions that are more interactive, and computer-based essays that require critical thinking and social studies skills.

The instructional GED model is more true to life, to better reflect the expectations and requirements of the modern-day workplace. Successful test-takers will now be better equipped to deal with real-life situations. For free online prep courses, check out this website’s video lessons and free GED practice tests.

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