GED Classes and Test Centers in Puerto Rico and U.S. Territories

The GED (General Education Development) test is a group of four subject tests in Social Studies, Math, Literacy, and Science.

The GED® diploma that will be awarded when a candidate passes the four modules provides certification that the holder commands skills at a level comparable to those of North American high school graduates.

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Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico Department of Education Adult Education Agency
Calle Federico Costa, Piso 150, Hato Rey, PR 00919, Phone: (787) 773-4881/5800

Puerto Rico Higher Education Agency Council on Education
Ave. Ponce de Leon 268, Edificio Hato Rey Center #15, Hato Rey, PR 00918, Phone: (787) 641-7100

Department of Education Administration Adult Education Services
Mrs. Myrna Gonzalez Vasquez, GED Administrator
P.O. Box 190759, San Juan, PR 00919, Phone: (787) 759-6898 ext. 4567, 2568, 4568

GED Class Locations:
ASPIRA de Puerto Rico
Carolina, 00983, Puerto Rico, Phone: 787-641-1985

Puerto Rico National Guard (Education Section)
100 Calle General Esteves, San Juan, PR 00901, Phone: (787) 289-1400 ex. 1635

Testing Centers:
Raphael O. Wheatley Skill Center
00802 Charlotte Amalie, U.S. Virgin Islands, Phone: 340-998-2730

Department of Education Administration Adult Education Services
P.O. Box 190759, San Juan, PR 00919-0759, Phone: (787) 759-2000 x 7625

The GED passing score was adjusted to 145 just two years after the latest GED version was introduced. It was set too high compared to what high school students are required to master upon graduation. You can read more on GED Scoring News page.

GED passing score

GED testing occurs on a scale that runs from 100 to 200. The passing score is 145 on each individual subtest and averaging is not possible.
Below Passing: 100 – 144
High school equivalency: 145 – 164
College-ready: 165 – 174
College-ready plus up to 10 college credits: 175 – 200.

U.S. Territories, Insular Areas, and Associated States

Virgin Islands-St. Thomas

Department of Education Division of Adult Education
1834 Kongens Gade, St.Thomas, VI 00802, Phone: (340) 774-0100/775-2250
In the U.S. Virgin Islands, you must be a resident to qualify for GED testing. The minimum age here is 16 but test-takers 16 and 17 years of age may also qualify if they meet strict requirements. Before you can sit for the four GED tests, you must attain a “Likely to pass” results on the GED Ready practice test on each of the subject tests. Here, the GED total cost is $120 or $30 per subject test.

Raphael O. Wheatley Skill Center
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas 00802, U.S. Virgin Islands, Phone: 340-998-2730

Charlotte Amalie High School (ACE Program)
Alton Adams Sr. Drive, Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas 00802, U.S. Virgin Islands, Phone: 340-774-0780, ext. 4526 (after 5 p.m.)

Virgin Islands-St.Croix

Department of Education Division of Adult Education
2133 Hospital Street, Christiansted, St. Croix, VI 00820, Phone: 340-773-1095/778-1600

Check out also this post that has links to all GED prep facilities and testing centers in America.

American Samoa

American Samoa Department of Education Testing & Evaluation Office
Pago Pago, AS 96799, Phone: (684) 633-1431/4757

American Samoa Community College Adult Education
Mesepa, Western District 96799, American Samoa
P.O. Box 2609, Pago Pago, AS 96799, Phone: (684) 699-9155 ext. 437

GED and HiSET prep classes are held on the ASCC campus and at several other locations. Please check the local media for details or contact the school. GED/HiSET prep classes are available at no charge to qualifying students who are at least 16 years of age. To be able to take the GED or HiSET test in American Samoa, however, applicants must be residents and 17 years old. At the testing center, you must prove your residency center with a government-issued ID like a driver’s license or another proof of residency.

American Samoa offers two HSE (high school equivalency) tests, the GED and the HiSET. If you pass one of the tests, you’ll receive your high school equivalency diploma. This credential allows for a college education and will definitely lead to better employment. You cannot already hold a secondary education degree or be signed up for any other education program. The GED has four testing fields (Literacy, Math, Social Studies, and Science) while the HiSET comes with separate Reading and Writing subtests so five overall. The GED exam will set you back $30 per subtest (or $120 in total) whereas the HiSET costs $50 or $10 per subject.

Bermuda

Adult Education Centre
16 Dundonald Street, Hamilton, HM 12, Bermuda, Phone: (441) 292-5809/295-5151

C.A.R.E. Computer Services & Learning Centre
32, Mount Hill, Bermuda, Phone: (441) 292-0915

Bermuda College GED Testing
21 Stonington Avenue, Bermuda, Phone: (441) 239-4049

In Bermuda, you must be a resident and at least 17 years of age. All test-takers are required to first take the GED Ready practice test and attain the “Likely To Pass” score before they can register for the GED. The four GED subtests are $75 each in Bermuda or $300 for the entire GED battery.

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Guam

Guam Community College Adult Education
1 Sesame Street, Mangilao, GU 96913, Phone: 011 (671) 735-5517
GED Test Examiner: Phone: 011 (671) 735-5566

In Guam, test-takers are offered two HSE (high school equivalency) tests, the GED and the HiSET. Applicants must be residents and at least 16 years old. The cost of GED testing in Guam is $31.25 per individual subject test or $125 in total. HiSET applicants are required to first take CASAS appraisal and the exam costs $15 per one of the five sub-tests, but there’s also a $10 administration fee (so $85 in total).

Marshall Islands

College of The Marshall Islands
P.O. Box 1258, Majuro, MH 96960, Phone: 011 (692) 625-3394 or 011 (692) 625-4803

On the Marshall Islands, you must take and pass the five subject tests of the HiSET exam to earn your high school equivalency (HSE) diploma. The five HiSET tests are in English Writing, English Reading, Science, Math, and Social Studies. Applicants are required to be Marshall Islands residents that are not enrolled in any educational activities and no less than 17 years old. The HiSET passing standards are that you attain at least 8 points in each sub-tests, an overall score of at least 45, and a minimum of 2 on the essay.

Micronesia

Federated States of Micronesia National Government
GED Administrator, P.O. Box PS 87, Kolonia, Pohnpei, FM 96941, Phone: 011 (691) 320-2609/2647/2302

College of Micronesia-FSM
Palikir, Pohnpei 96941, Federated States of Micronesia, Phone: 011 (691) 320-2102/2103

The General Education Development (GED) Project is offered at the College of Micronesia-FSM’s Pohnpei Campus. The GED project aims to increase the school’s enrollment and expand services to Micronesia’s rural communities.

Yap State Department of Education 
P.O. Box 220, Yap FM 96943, Phone: 350-2150/2151

Kosrae State Department of Education
P.O. Box 218, Tofol, Kosrae FM 96944, Phone: 370-2045/3008

Chuuk State Department of Education
P.O. Box 1259, Weno, Chuuk FM 96942, Phone: 330-3410/3411

Northern Mariana Islands

Northern Marianas College Adult Basic Education
Finasisu Lane, Susupe, Saipan 96950, CNM, Phone: (670) 234-5498 x 1723

In the Mariana Islands, you can take the GED or the HiSET to earn your high school equivalency (HSE) diploma. Test-takers must be residents of the Mariana Islands and not be enrolled in any other school program or hold a high school diploma. The minimum age is 17 though, for 17 & 18-year-olds, strict regulations apply. The GED costs $120 for the four sub-tests (so $120 in total) whereas the HiSET exam costs $12 per subtest ($60 in total).

Palau

Bureau of Curriculum & Instruction
P.O. Box 189, Koror, Republic of Palau, PW 96940, Phone: 011 (680) 488-8465

Palau Community College Adult High School
P.O. Box 9, Koror, Republic of Palau 96940, Phone: 011 (680) 488-2470 |

Palau is using the HiSET for HSE (high school equivalency) testing. The HiSET, like the GED, measures knowledge at a level similar to that of high school graduates. The diploma that you’ll receive after passing the five HiSET subtests will surely lead to far better job options and open the doors of colleges and universities. Applicants must have been Palau residents for at least 12 months, not be enrolled in another school program or already hold a high school degree, at least 18 years old, and have been officially withdrawn from their school for no less than one year. HiSET testing in Palau costs $10 per subject test (so $50 in total) and a one-time $10 registration fee.

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