GED Classes Hannibal, Missouri

Last Updated on April 23, 2024.

In this post, you can find all GED and HiSET prep facilities and test sites in the Hannibal area. Missouri is using two options for its high school equivalency testing program: the GED and HiSET exams.

You may sit for the exams at one of Missouri’s state-designated testing centers or in an online format. Read more below.

The exams are for adults who have never completed high school. This way, they can earn a degree that’s equivalent to a standard HS diploma.

The HiSET is available in both a paper-based and a computer-based version, while the GED test can only be done on a computer.

The GED exam contains four subject tests in the fields of

  • English Language
  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Studies

The HiSET exam includes five sub-exams, as the Language section has separate writing and reading subtests.

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The subtests of both HSE (High School Equivalency) exams are independent modules that can be written individually and in any wished order.

The exams measure knowledge at a level similar to that of graduating high school students.

If you’d like to read about eligibility requirements in Mossour or testing fees and passing scores, check out The GED Exam In Missouri.

Hannibal GED Prep Sites

MACC Adult Education and Literacy Program
203 N 6th Street, Hannibal, Missouri 63401, Phone: (660) 263-4100 ext. 11382

Missouri Career Center HSE Instruction
203 N Sixth Street, Hannibal, Missouri  63401, Phone: (573) 541-9305 or (660) 385-2158
HSE (high school Equivalency) classes provided by North Missouri Adult Learning Centers.

Hannibal Housing Authority HiSET Classes
3614 Navajo Street, Hannibal, Missouri 63401, Phone: (573) 406-3479

Locations around Hannibal (Cities by Alphabet)

First Methodist Church (MACC)
8 N Broadway St, Bowling Green, Missouri 63334, Phone: (660) 263-4100 ext. 11382

First Christian Church (JWCC)
210 S Ohio St, Camp Point, Illinois 62320, Phone: (217) 641-4951

Pike-Lincoln Tech
342 Vo Tech Road, Eolia, Missouri 63344, Phone: (573) 485-2900/2388
Instruction provided by St. Charles Community College Adult Education and Literacy program (636-922-8411)

Gamm LaBelle Career Center
103 S 3rd St, La Belle, Missouri 63447, Phone: (660) 213-3221
HSE classes by North Missouri Adult Learning Centers

Family Literacy Center-Macon
408 Blees Industrial Drive, Macon, Missouri 63552, Phone: (660) 395-8060
North Missouri Adult Education offers instruction in

  • Macon
  • Hannibal
  • Chillicothe
  • Brookfield
  • La Belle
  • Kirksville
  • Monroe City
  • Shelbina

Monroe City Library (Basement of the City Hall/Library )
109 Second Street, Monroe City, Missouri 63456, Phone: (660) 346-9268
Classes by North Missouri Adult Learning Centers

Mount Sterling Learning Center (JWCC)
108 N Capitol Avenue, Mount Sterling, Illinois 62353, Phone: (217) 641-4951

JWCC Southeast Education Center-Pittsfield
39637 260th Avenue, Pittsfield, Illinois 62363, Phone: (217) 641-4951

John Wood Comm. Coll. GED Classes
1301 S. 48th Street, Quincy, Illinois 62305, Phone: (217) 641-4951
GED classes are offered Mondays through Thursdays from 9 a.m. to noon and from 5 to 8 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. The Adult Education Department of John Wood Community College provides free GED (General Educational Development) prep classes in

  • Quincy
  • Camp Point
  • Mount Sterling
  • Pittsfield

Quincy Public Library 
526 Jersey Street, Quincy, Illinois 62301, Phone: (217) 641-4951
GED instruction provided by JWCC

Bella Ease
707 Broadway Street, Quincy, Illinois 62301, Phone: (217) 641-4951
GED instruction provided by JWCC

Spoon River College
706 Maple Avenue, Rushville, Illinois 62681, Phone: (309) 833-6017 or (217) 322-6060

Shelby County Literacy Center
206 W Walnut Street, Shelbina, Missouri 63468, Phone: (573) 588-2585
HSE instruction offered by North Missouri Adult Learning Centers

Saint Louis Community College-Forest Park HSE Instruction (Room G-Tower 113)
5600 Oakland Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 63110, Phone: (314) 644-9283
For more options in the St. Louis area, check out GED prep sites in the St. Louis area

Introducing the Online GED and HiSET Tests

There was, until recently, no option to sit for the GED and HiSET exams in an online format. Well, that has changed. To learn more about the online proctored HiSET-At-Home testing option, check out this page: Introducing online HiSET testing.

To read all about the online GED test, go to this page: The Online Proctored GED Test. When taking the HiSET or GED exam online, a proctor will guide you through the process and see if you do it all in accordance with the regulations.

Hannibal Area GED Testing Centers

MACC Hannibal Area Higher Ed. Center HiSET Testing
190 Shinin Lane, Hannibal, Missouri 63401, Phone 660.263.4100

From here, cities by alphabet

Pike-Lincoln Technical Center HiSET Testing
342 VoTech Road, Eolia, Missouri 63344, Phone 573.485.2900

Regional Office of Education-Jacksonville (GED Testing)
409 Hardin Avenue, Jacksonville, Illinois 62650, Phone 217.243.1804

MACC-Mexico HiSET Test Center
2900 Doreli Lane, Mexico, Missouri 65265, Phone 660.263.4100

Regional Off. of Education (GED)
507 Vermont Street, Quincy, Illinois 62301, Phone 217.277.2080

Regional Office of Education (GED)
39637 260th. Avenue, Pittsfield, Illinois 62363, Phone 217.641.4570

Check this page to read more about how Missouri residents can take the GED or HiSET for free.

HiSET and GED Price Tag

The Missouri HiSET exam costs $17.75 per individual subject ($10.75 for the ETS fee and a $7 administration fee for the test center. Per subject test, test-takers get two retests at only the $7 testing center fee. Additionally, there is an annual $10 state fee to take the HiSET exam in Missouri that is collected once a year. The Missouri HiSET At Home Exam fee is $151.25 for the entire battery of five subtests.

The GED price is $142 at a testing center (including the annual $10 state fee) and $156 when taken in an online format, but you’ll also have to count the cost of four GED Ready tests ($28).

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