GED Classes Morristown, New Jersey

Listed in this article are GED® preparatory class sites and testing facilities in the Morristown area. New Jersey offers three options to people looking to earn their HSE (High School Equivalency) degree, the GED, TASC™, and HiSET®.

The HiSET and GED exams are available at certified test centers and in an online format.

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The HSE program is for adults who did not complete high school and gives them another chance to earn an equivalent degree.

The GED (General Education Development) has four separate subtests (modules) in literacy, social studies, math, and science.

You don’t need to complete the four GED modules in one take. You can take one subtest (or more if you want) at a time.

The HiSET and TASC have split up the Literacy part into separate writing and reading tests, so five in total that can also be taken separately.

New Jersey was the first state where all three tests could be only be taken on a computer. Paper-and-pencil testing belongs to the past except for applicants who need accommodations.


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In the past, there was never an option to take the HiSET, TASC, or GED online, but recently, we’ve seen the introduction of online GED and HiSET testing options. Check the bottom of this post for more details.

Morristown GED prep classes

Literacy Volunteers of Morris County
36 South Street | Morristown | New Jersey 07960 | Phone: (973) 984-1998
NOT a GED program but Literacy Volunteers of Morris County offers free instruction to adults looking to improve their English reading, writing, and speaking skills.

County College of Morris-Morristown (Ed2Go Online)
30 Schuyler Place | 2nd Fl – Ste 220 | Morristown | New Jersey 07960 | Phone: (973) 328-5530

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Morristown Huntington Center
48 South Street | Morristown | New Jersey 07960 | Phone: (973) 292-9500

Morristown Neighborhood House (Career Center)
12 Flagler Street | Morristown | New Jersey 07960 | Phone: (973) 538-5260

Morris County Correctional Facility
43 John Street – Morristown – NJ 07960 – Ph (973) 631-5174
No public availability

Locations around Morristown (cities by alphabet)

NewBridge Jobs Plus HSE Program
110 Cornelia Street – Boonton – New Jersey 07005 – Phone: (973) 335-0666

Morris County School of Technology
400 East Main Street – Denville – New Jersey 07834 – Phone: (973) 627-4600

Edna’s Haven (@ Trinity Lutheran Church)
123 E Blackwell Street – Dover – NJ 07801 – Phone: (973) 366-2821

East Brunswick Board of Education – HSE Instruction
760 Route 18 N – East Brunswick – New Jersey 08816 – Ph (732) 613.6989

East Brunswick HSE Classes
380 Cranbury Road – East Brunswick –  New Jersey 08816 – Phone: (732) 613-6989

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Sussex County Comm. Coll. HSE Instruction
One College Hill Road – Newton – New Jersey 07860 – Phone: (973) 300-2158/2186

Project Self-Sufficiency (New Jersey Youth Corps)
127 Mill St – Newton – New Jersey 07860 – Phone: (973) 940-3500
The New Jersey Youth Corps is funded by the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development. It operates at sites around New Jersey including Elizabeth, Camden, Jersey City, Newark, New Brunswick, Trenton, Paterson, Vineland, Phillipsburg, and Pleasantville. If you are want to learn more about New Jersey Youth Corps activities at Project Self-Sufficiency, please call 973-940-3500 (or 844-807-3500).

NewBridge Plus Program
1259 Route 46 E – Bldg 2 (Ste 100-B) – Parsippany – New Jersey 07054 – Phone: (973) 335-0666
NOT a GED program but the JobsPlus program offers career development and job placement advice for youth and young adults ages 16 – 23.

County College of Morris-Randolph (Ed2Go Online)
214 Center Grove Road – Randolph – New Jersey 07869 – Phone: (973) 328-5530

Succasunna Huntington Learning Ctr 
274 Route 10 West – Succasunna – New Jersey 07876 – Phone: (973) 252-8300

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Introducing online GED and HiSET tests

Taking the TASC, HiSET, or GED exam over the internet was, until very recently, not an option. You were required to appear, in person, at one of New Jersey’s official HSE testing facilities. But now, this has changed with the launch of online proctored HiSET and GED test-taking options.

To learn all about this new online HiSET-At-Home testing option, visit this post: ‘Welcoming a new online HiSET test’, and for detailed information about the newly launched online proctored GED test, check out ‘Launching a new online GED testing option’.

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Morristown area GED test centers

After Morristown, Cities by Alphabet

New Jersey Department of Children and Families (TASC)
15 Jean St | Morristown | New Jersey 07960 | (973) 631-6410

Morris County School of Technology (TASC/HiSET
400 East Main Street | Denville | New Jersey 07834 | (973) 627-4600

Essex Regional Educational Services HiSET/TASC testing
369 Passaic Avenue | Fairfield | New Jersey 07004 | (973) 405-6262 (ext. 236)

Lincoln Technical Inst. (GED Testing)
675 State Route 1 | Iselin – New Jersey 08830 | (732) 548.8798

American Inst. of Professional Studies (GED, TASC, and HiSET)
24 Commerce Street | Ste 302 – Newark – New Jersey 07102 | (862) 240.1284
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Sussex County Comm. Coll. (HiSET & GED)
1 College Hill – Newton – NJ 07860 | (973) 300.2186/2155

Eastwick College GED Test Center
103 Park Av | Nutley – New Jersey 07110 – (973) 661-0600

Plainfield Public Library (GED)
800 Park Avenue | Plainfield | New Jersey 07060 | (908) 757-1111

Elite Medical Training Ctr (GED)
100 Morris Ave | Suite 203C – Springfield – New Jersey 07081 | (973) 500.8268

Age requirements

In New Jersey, the equivalency exam is open to adults without a secondary education credential of 18 years old and older. However, 16 and 17 years olds qualify if they submit a completed “Certificate of Consent to Participate” form that verifies they’re not enrolled in high school, have permission from the school districts to take the assessment, and come with a parent or guardian to the testing center to submit the completed Certificate of Consent.

Underage applicants who have legal guardians must bring copies of court documentation that award guardianship. They also need to submit written confirmation that they are eligible to take the exam.

In New Jersey, testers are required to prove that they are state residents. There’s no need to first sign up for a preparatory course prior to taking the assessment though that is highly recommended as the Equivalency Tests are very challenging exams. They also don’t need to first attain satisfactory results on a practice test.

 

Last Updated on September 7, 2021.