GED Classes Gaithersburg, Maryland

In this post, you can discover all GED prep facilities and testing locations in the Gaithersburg area. To get hold of your high school equivalency diploma in Maryland, you must pass the four subtests of the GED exam.

You can take the four tests online or at an official Maryland GED test center.


Fast & Easy Online GED Classes

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It doesn’t matter when you left school.

The test is for adults who couldn’t finish high school and offers the chance to acquire an equivalent degree.

The GED® exam measures knowledge at a level similar to that of graduating high school students.

There are four individual GED modules (subtests) in Science, Math, Literacy, and Social Studies that can be dealt with separately.

Testing takes place at a level similar to what HS seniors must command upon graduation.

Until recently, there was no GED testing option over the internet. Testing had to be done at state-approved Maryland GED testing centers, but that has now changed with the arrival of a new online testing option. Learn more below.

Gaithersburg GED Prep Locations

Gaithersburg High School
101 Education Blvd | Gaithersburg | MD 20877 | Ph: (240) 567-8950
GED classes provided by Montgomery College

Gaithersburg Middle School
2 Teachers’ Way | Gaithersburg | MD 20877 | Ph: (240) 567-8950
GED classes provided by Montgomery College

UpCounty Youth Opportunity Center
415 E Diamond Ave |  Gaithersburg | MD 20877 | Ph: (240) 670-8122 or (301) 591-1790

Maryland GED Requirements

Prep Sites Around Gaithersburg (Cities By Alphabet)

Montgomery County Correctional Facility GED Program
22880 Whelan Ln | Boyds | MD 20841 | Ph: (240) 773-9905
No public availability

Howard Comm. College
10901 Little Patuxent Parkway | Columbia | MD 21044 | Ph: (443) 518.4919
You can find all Columbia GED prep options <- on this page

Faith Connections GED Class (@Damascus Community Recreation Center)
25520 Oak Dr | Damascus | MD 20872 | Ph: (301) 512.7879

Montgomery College-Germantown 
20200 Observation Dr | Germantown | MD 20876 | Ph: (240) 567-8950
GED classes are held in the Humanities & Social Sciences Building (HS) – Room 238 or 169

Seneca Valley High School
19401 Crystal Rock Dr | Germantown | MD 20874 | Ph: (240) 567-8950
GED classes provided by Montgomery College

Maryland Free GED Practice Test

Literacy Council of Loudoun County
199 Liberty St SW | 3rd Fl | Leesburg | VA 20175 | Ph: (703) 777-2205
Check here for all -> GED prep sites in Leesburg

C2 Education of Olney
18200 Georgia Ave | Unit I | Olney | MD 20832 | Ph: (301) 463-7081
NOT a GED prep program. C2 Education of Olney offers customized programs for students that take, for example, the SAT, ACT, or PSAT tests, so GED students may benefit as well. C2 Education is located on the second floor in the Hillcrest Shopping Center.

Montgomery College-Rockville
51 Mannakee St | Rockville | MD 20850 | Ph: (240) 567-8950/5188
For all Rockville GED prep options, <- go to this page

Montgomery College
11002 Veirs Mill Road | Silver Spring | Maryland 20910 | Phone: (240) 567-8950
Check here for all -> Silver Spring GED prep locations

Should we make some updates? Is perhaps a location not listed? We welcome your contributions here. Thank you.

Maryland Free GED Online Classes

Gaithersburg Area GED Test Centers

Academy of Computer Education (Suite #120)
45195 Research Place | Ashburn | Virginia 20147 | Ph (571) 209-9234

Frederick Comm. Coll.
7932 Opossumtown Pike | Frederick | Maryland 2170 | Ph (301) 846-2522

Montgomery College (Science & Applied Studies Building, Room 132)
20200 Observation Drive | Germantown | Maryland 20876 | Ph (240) 567-7739

Montgomery College-Rockville (Room 14. Campus Center Bldg)
51 Mannakee Street | Rockville | Maryland 20850 | Ph (240) 567-7459

Satnam Technologies Inc. (Suite #220)
46179 Westlake Drive | Sterling | Virginia 20165 | Ph (703) 980-7454

Montgomery College-Takoma Park
7625 Fenton Street | Takoma Park | Maryland 20912 | Ph (240) 567-1555

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GED Online Testing Option

It used to be that sitting for the four GED modules over the internet was no option. You were required to show up personally at one of Maryland’s state-designated GED testing centers if you wished to acquire your Maryland GED degree.

Fortunately, that has now changed. You now also have the option to take the GED exam in an online format where a proctor will oversee your testing efforts and check if everything goes in line with the rules and regulations. Visit ‘Introducing the online GED exam’ to learn all about it.

GED Scoring

The GED test has a scoring system that requires you to score at least 145 on each subtest (module). Averaging is not an option, so you will need to score at least 580 points on the entire GED battery.

The score is measured on a scale that goes from 100 to 200. The passing score is 145-164 (high school equivalency); the college-ready score is 165-174; the college-ready + credit score is 175-200. To see if you are eligible for the fully computerized GED exam, go to GED testing in Maryland.

Qualification Criteria

In Maryland, you must be at least 18 years of age, not already hold a secondary degree, not be enrolled in another school program, and you are required to bring proper identification. Younger students (16 or 17) may also take the tests, but they must meet specific criteria.

They must have a withdrawal declaration from their former school and be able to present an employer’s confirmation that they need a GED for a certain job or a statement from an institute of higher education declaring that they need a GED or a letter from a U.S. Armed Services branch that states that they need their GED for induction. For details, please contact a GED testing site near you.

The GED test is fully computer-based and recognized and accepted in the same way as a common high school degree by virtually all colleges, military services, and employers.

The GED diploma is the equivalency of a Maryland high school diploma. The GED exam contains four separate subtests that assess academic knowledge and skills at a level that compares to that of high school grads.