GED Classes Moscow, Idaho

Last Updated on April 10, 2024.

This page contains a complete overview of GED classes and testing centers in the Moscow area. Idaho is using the computerized GED test for high school equivalency testing.

Online GED Classes

A simple and easy way of getting your GED diploma.

Learn fast, stay motivated, and pass your GED quickly.


The four separate GED tests are given at certified test centers and online.

The test offers persons who never graduated high school the opportunity to obtain an equivalent credential.

GED® testing is done at a level that is comparable to that of high school grads.

The exam includes four modules (independent subtests), in the academic fields of

  • Mathematical Reasoning (115 minutes)
  • Reasoning Through Language Arts (RLA-150 minutes including a 10-minute break)
  • Social Studies (70 minutes)
  • Science (90 minutes)

You have the option to complete the four subtests of the GED battery one or more at a time in the order you wish.

Fast & Easy Online GED Course

Get Your Diploma in 2 Months
It doesn’t matter when you left school

Until recently, online GED testing was not possible. Now, there is an online proctored GED test-taking option, so that has changed. Read more below.

To learn all about the GED testing fees in Idaho, passing scores, and qualification requirements, visit our page “The GED Test in Idaho.”

Moscow GED Prep Facilities

Lewis-Clark State College Adult Learning Center (@United Church of Moscow)
123 W 1st St, Moscow, ID 83843, Phone: 208.792.2544

Moscow Goodwill (Referral Only)
201 Warbonnet Dr, Moscow, ID 83843, Phone: 208.882.9977

University of Idaho (Education Opportunity Center)
129 West 3rd Street | Moscow | Idaho 83843 | Phone 208-885-3705
The school has assisted numerous individuals with signing up for programs they had never thought of before. Many students begin this educational process by first earning their GED diploma at the Educational Opportunities Center. If you want to get your GED credential and then continue in a post-secondary education program, contact the school. Just GED testing, no prep program!

Locations around Moscow (Cities by Alphabet)

Lewis Clark Valley Literacy Council
1470 Bridge St, Clarkston, WA 99403, Phone: 509.758.1788
You can see all Clarkston GED prep sites on our Lewiston page

N. Idaho College GED Classes (@Molstead Library)
1000 West Garden Ave,  Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83814, Ph: 208.665.5099
Check here -> for all Coeur d’Alene Are GED Classes

LCSC GED Instruction
400 Main St, Lewiston, ID 83501, Ph: 208-792-2238
For all Lewiston area GED prep sites, <- check out this page

GED Idaho Practice Tests

LCSC Adult Education Outreach Center
416 Johnson Ave, Suite 3, Orofino, ID 83544, Phone: 208.792.2503

Idaho Correctional Institution-Orofino
381 Hospital Dr, Orofino, Idaho 83544, Ph: 208-476-3655
No public availability

Idaho ChalleNGe Academy
117 Timberline Dr, Pierce, Idaho 83546, Ph: 208-464-1253

Pullman Extended Learning Institute (SCC)
115 NW State St (Ste 305 A), Pullman, WA 99163, Phone: 509-332-2706

Spokane Comm. College GED Instruction
2310 North Monroe St, Spokane, Washington 99205, Phone: 509.533.4600/7221
Find all Spokane region GED prep locations here: Spokane Area GED Classes

North Idaho College (St. Maries Center)
3rd & Jefferson, St. Maries, Idaho 83861, Ph: 208-582-1907 or 208-665-5099
Location: St Maries Fire Station, 308 W Jefferson Ave, St. Maries, ID  83861. Students must attend an orientation session before they can attend classes; call (208) 665-5099 to schedule an orientation appointment. GED classes and the orientation session are free of charge. North Idaho College provides GED preparation classes (as part of the school’s ABE – adult basic education – program) developed to help individuals 16 and older who quit school prematurely and who need assistance to get ready to take the GED exam. The classes are also open to adult learners who have graduated but would like to brush up on their knowledge and basic skills.

These GED prep classes are free, and practically all study materials are provided at no cost as well. In the ABE (Adult Basic Education) program, students can study at their own speed, and the school offers lessons in small groups to achieve the best results for each individual learner.

The school provides course instruction on the four segments of the GED exam: Literacy, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Applicants who are younger than 18 must present a school-signed age waiver application form and a parent/guardian consent form.

Online GED Test

In the past, taking the GED test online had never been an option. To earn your Idaho GED credential, you were required to come, in person, to one of Idaho’s state-designated GED test sites.

Now, with the arrival of an online proctored GED test-taking possibility, all of that has changed. A proctor will help you with the online process and check if you do everything in line with the regulations. For more information, visit: ‘Introducing the online GED test.’

GED Test Centers in and Around Moscow

The University of Idaho (Mary Forney Hall, Room 301, MS 3140)
1210 Blake Avenue | Moscow | Idaho 83844 | Phone 208-885-5138

The following cities by alphabet

Walla Walla Comm. Coll.
1470 Bridge Street | Clarkston | Washington 99403 | Phone 509-758-1772

North Idaho College (@Molstead Library)
875 W Garden Avenue | Coeur d’Alene | Idaho 83814 | Ph: 208.665.5097

Lewis-Clark State College
500 8th Avenue | Lewiston | Idaho 83501 | Phone 208-792-2238

Tactix of Liberty Lake GED Testing
22910 E Appleway Avenue | Suite 3 | Liberty Lake | Washington 99019 | Ph: 509-309-2858

Washington State University (Room 301)
1125 NE Washington Street | Pullman | Washington 99164 | Phone 509-335-1744

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