This page lists all GED testing facilities and prep locations in the Moab area. The GED test is for adults who did not complete high school and gives them a chance to get hold of an equivalent credential.
GED testing can be done online and at official Utah GED testing facilities.
The GED® (General Education Development) test is fully computerized and contains four independent subtests or modules.
The four testing fields are Science, Math, Literacy, and Social Studies. You have the option to take one or more GED subtests at a time.
The GED exam assesses skills and knowledge at a level that compares to that of high school seniors upon graduation.
In the past, to get hold of your GED credential, you needed to show up at an official GED testing center in person, as online testing was not an option.
Well, this has now changed with the introduction of an online proctored GED testing option. Learn more at the bottom of this post.
Moab GED Prep Sites
Arches Education Center
125 West 200 South, Moab, Utah 84532, Ph: 435-797-0881
Located on the Utah State University campus, West Building
Moab Valley Multicultural Center (Spanish)
156 North 100 West, Moab, Utah 84532, Ph: 435-259-5444
Grand County Jail GED Program
25 South 100 East, Moab, Utah 84532, Ph: 435-259-8115
Not open to the general public
Locations Around Moab (Cities By Alphabet)
USU-Blanding Campus Learning Ctr
648 West 100 South, Blanding, Utah 84511, Ph: 435-678-8155
IntelliTec Coll. Grand Junction GED Classes
772 Horizon Dr, Grand Junction, Colorado 81506, Ph: 970.245.8101
Click here for all -> Grand Junction GED prep sites
Epicenter AmeriCorps Adult Education
180 South Broadway, Green River, Utah 84525, Ph: 435-564-3330
USU-Montezuma Creek GED Program
200 S 500 East, Montezuma Creek, Utah 84534, Ph: 435.651.3106
USU/Monticello Campus (Monticello Family Learning Center)
248 South 100 East, Monticello, Utah 84535, Ph: 435-587-3316
San Juan County Jail GED Instruction
297 South Main Street, Monticello, Utah 84535, Ph: 435-587-2237
Not open to the public
USU-Monument Valley Campus
4 Rock Door Canyon Dr, Monument Valley, UT 84536, Ph: 435.727.3294
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Introducing The Online Proctored GED Test
In earlier days, you could not take the GED test over the Internet. If you were looking to acquire your GED diploma, your personal appearance at one of Utah’s official, state-approved GED testing centers was required.
However, that has changed now as we have seen the arrival of an online proctored option to sit for the GED test. For more detailed information about this interesting development, check out this post: ‘The online GED exam.’
Moab Area GED Testing Sites
Utah State University-Moab
125 West 200 South, Moab, Utah 84532, Ph: 435-259-7432
Colorado Mesa University (Houston Hall, Room 123)
12th St & North Avenue, Grand Junction, Colorado 81501, Ph: 970-255-1260
IntelliTec College GED Testing
772 Horizon Drive, Grand Junction, Colorado 81506, Ph: 970-245-8101
Utah State -Eastern (Room 114, Reeves Building)
451 East 400 North – Price – Utah 84501 – Ph: 435.613.5325
The General Education Development (GED) exam is aligned with educational standards and industry requirements and comes with four separate tests on the educational fields of Literacy, Science, Social Studies, and Mathematics. The GED test is in line with the essential requirements to attend classes at universities and colleges successfully.
The GED exam is offered entirely computer-based. Applicants can take one subtest (module) at a time. Most multiple-choice questions were replaced by questions that call for essay-style answering. The tests are fully computer-formatted, and registration must be done online.
The minimally required score on each of the 4 GED subtests is 145. The scores are measured on a 100-200 scoring scale. Averaging is no option, so your minimally required overall score is 580.
You are eligible to sit for the GED exam if you are not engaged in any school program, you don’t have a secondary degree, and you are at least 16 years old. For 16 and 17-year-olds, special regulations apply, and they should seek advice from a major GED prep facility or a GED testing center.