Listed here are all GED testing sites and prep facilities in the Guymon area. Oklahoma offers two High School Equivalency Tests, the GED and HiSET exams.
Both exams can be taken online and at state-recognized Oklahoma testing centers.
Oklahoma’s high school equivalency testing program offers adults who could not complete their HS curriculum the chance to earn an equivalent degree.
Both alternatives cover fundamental knowledge at a level that students have learned in four years of high school.
The GED® is only available on a computer, whereas the HiSET® is offered in paper-based and computer-based versions.
The GED includes four separate subtests in the fields of literacy, math, science, and social studies.
The GED subtests (modules) can be taken individually; no need to sit for the entire battery in one take.
The HiSET contains five tests (reading and writing are individual tests) that can be taken independently as well.
In earlier days, online GED or HiSET testing was never an option. This has now changed, however, with the introduction of HiSET and GED online (OP) proctored testing options. Learn more below.
Guymon GED Prep Site
Guymon Public Schools MEP Program
801 North Beaver St – Guymon – Oklahoma 73942 – Ph: (580) 338.4340
The MEP (Migrant Education Program) helps migrant and seasonal workers and their family members achieve academic goals or earn their GED diplomas.
GED Prep Locations Around Guymon (Cities By Alphabet)
Amarillo College Adult Education (Career Ready You)
2201 South Washington St – Amarillo – Texas 79109 – Ph: (806) 371.5425
See more Amarillo GED prep options on this page
Frank Phillips College-Borger
1301 West Roosevelt St – Borger – Texas 79008 – Ph: (806) 457.4200 ext. 777
Frank Phillips College-Rahll Campus
2890 FM 281 – Dalhart – Texas 79022 – Ph: (806) 244.7669
Amarillo College (Moore Co. Adult Education)
1220 E First St – Dumas – Texas 79029 – Ph: (806) 371.5958/2435
Colvin Adult Education Center
930 N Kansas Ave – Liberal – Kansas 67901 – Ph: (620) 417-1313
For the HEP Migrant Workers Program, call (620) 417-1311
Pampa Learning Center
907 N Frost St – Pampa – Texas 79065 – Ph: (806) 669.4750
First Baptists Church (Pregnancy Support Ctr and Hope House of Pampa)
210 N Ward St – Pampa – Texas 79065 – Ph: (806) 669.2229
Frank Phillips Coll.-Allen Campus GED Instruction
2314 South Jefferson Street – Perryton – Texas 79070 – Ph: (806) 648-1450
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Guymon Area GED Testing Centers
From Guymon, Cities by Alphabet
Guymon Public Library & Arts Center (HiSET)
1718 North Oklahoma Street, Guymon, Oklahoma 73942, Phone 580-338-7330
Frank Phillips College-Borger (GED)
1301 West Roosevelt Street, Borger, Texas 79008, Phone 806-457-4200
Frank Phillips College-Dalhart (GED)
412 Denver Street, Suite 504, Dalhart, Texas 79022, Phone 806-244-7669
Amarillo College-Dumas (Moore County Campus, GED)
1220 East First Street, Dumas, Texas 79029, Phone 806-934-7222
Oklahoma Panhandle State University (GED, McKee Library)
409 W. Sewell Street – Goodwell, Oklahoma 73939, Phone: 580.349.1558
Seward County Community College (Room A103, GED)
1801 North Kansas Ave – Liberal, Kansas 67905, Phone 620.417.1042
Frank Phillips Coll-Perryton GED Testing Site
2314 S. Jefferson Street – Perryton, Texas 79070, Phone: 806.648.1450
For qualification regulations, check out the page GED testing in Oklahoma.
Welcoming Online HiSET And GED Testing Options
In the past, students who wanted to earn their Oklahoma high school equivalency diplomas always were required to appear personally at one of the state’s official HSE test centers. Online testing was simply never possible. But now, we’ve witnessed the introduction of online proctored GED and HiSET testing options.
If you want to read more information about the new online proctored HiSET test-taking option, please go to this page: ‘The online HiSET test,’ and for more information about the newly launched online GED exam, check out this page: ‘The online proctored GED exam.’
The total fee for all four GED exams in Oklahoma is $136.00 ($34 per test). The latest edition of the GED exam includes four separate tests in the subject fields of Math, Science, Social Studies, and Literacy. If you miss your test date and did not cancel the appointment timely (24 hours or more in advance), the testing fee will be charged again when you re-schedule.
Every time you show up at a test facility, you must bring a government-issued photo ID, and the Oklahoma GED exam is for adults 18 years and older. In case you are 16 or 17, you are required to submit an additional form (the release form for 16/17-year-olds) signed by an official from your school district and by a parent or guardian. The complete HiSET battery (5 tests) is $97.50. The fee includes 2 additional re-takes (per individual subtest) for just $2.00 per re-take.
Benefits Of The GED Diploma
In America, we still can find many millions of people who never finished high school, and completing the General Education Development exam successfully will improve their lives.
State officials and GED instructors were, in the beginning, when the latest edition was introduced in America, quite worried that many older students, as they frequently are not so familiar with studying on a computer, were going to have serious difficulty when they want to take the computer-based GED exam, but research by the GED indicated that this was not a problem at all.
A real benefit is that students can see their test results immediately after the examination. With the former system, they needed to wait for at least two weeks for the results.