GED in Oklahoma

In Oklahoma, GED hopefuls can take the four GED subtests online or at one of Oklahoma’s official GED testing sites.

Oklahoma is offering test-takers three options for high school equivalency (HSE) testing, the GED®, HiSET®, and TASC™ exams.

HSE testing gives persons who never finished high school the opportunity to obtain an equivalent degree. HiSET testing can be done online as well.

The GED is entirely computer-based whereas TASC and HiSET are available in both paper-based and computer-based formats.

The GED includes 4 independent subtests in Language Arts (reading and writing combined), Social Studies, Science, and Math.

You can take one of the four GED tests (modules) at a time. No need to do it all in one take.

The TASC and HiSET come with five subtests (Literacy has individual writing and reading tests) that, if you wish, can be taken individually as well.

Not all test centers administer all three HSE tests, so get well-informed.

Regardless of whether you recently dropped out of high school or you are an adult who never finished high school, getting your HSE diploma will certainly help you get ahead in life.

Oklahoma GED testing requirements

In Oklahoma, the minimum age is 16. For test-takers 16 and 17, though, additional restrictions count. If that’s the case, please contact a test site near you.

Oklahoma does not require state residency.

The fee for the GED exam (for all 4 sub-tests) is $136.00 in Oklahoma. TASC and HiSET exams are slightly less expensive (see below). Test-takers cannot already hold a high school diploma and are not engaged in another school program. GED prep sites in Oklahoma You can prepare for the GED, HiSET, or TASC by studying online but you can also choose a traditional GED prep class near you. Click on your nearest city to see all prep sites in your area. By the time you are ready, you can take the GED (or the TASC or HiSET) exam at an official Oklahoma testing site near you and online options are now offered as well for the GED and HiSET. When you’ve passed the exam, you will receive the state’s HSE diploma, which is the equivalency of a standard high school diploma. The HSE program is created to offer those people who never completed high school another chance to earn an equivalent degree. With the help of preparation classes, online or at a physical site, passing the HSE exam will become less stressful. Oklahoma GED testing centers Ada Ada Adult Literacy Ctr (TASC or HiSET) – 825 W 10th St – Ada – OK 74820 – Ph: (580) 310.7389 Chickasaw Nation of OK (HiSET) – 300 Rosedale Rd – Ada – OK 74820 – Ph (580) 421.7711 x 61034 Altus Western Oklahoma State (GED or HiSET) – 2801 N Main St – Altus – OK 73521 – Ph: (580) 477.7921.2000 Anadarko Anadarko Adult Ed Ctr (HiSET) – 111 SW 4th St – Anadarko – OK 73005 – Ph: (405) 247.9876 Ardmore Chickasaw Nation (HiSET) – 920 Locust Dr – Ardmore – OK 73401 – Ph: (580) 421.7711 Southern OK Techn Ctr (GED) – 2610 Sam Noble Pkwy – Ardmore – OK 73401 – Ph: (580) 223.2070 Atoka Choctaw Nation Comm Ctr (HiSET) – 1203 W Liberty Rd – Atoka – OK 74525 – Ph: (580) 889.1981 Bartlesville Bartlesville Test Center (GED) – 1100 SW Jennings Ave – Bartlesville – OK 74003 – Ph: (918) 336.8600 St John Cath School (HiSET) – 816 S Keeler Ave – Bartlesville – OK 74003 – Ph: (918) 357.7037 Broken Arrow Adult Education Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 7616 S Garnett Rd – Broken Arrow – OK 74012 – Ph: (918) 357.7040 Chickasha Chickasha Adult Ed Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 1208 S 17th St – Chickasha – OK 73018 – Ph: (405) 222.6562 Claremore Rogers State Univ (HiSET) – 1701 W Will Rogers Blvd – Claremore – OK 74017 – Ph: (918) 357.70370 Coalgate Choctaw Nation Comm Ctr (HiSET) – 103 E California Ave – Coalgate – OK 74538 – Ph: (580) 927.3641 Duncan Red River Technology Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 3300 W Bois d’Arc Ave – Duncan – OK 73534 – Ph: (580) 255.2903 Durant Choctaw Nation of OK (GED or HiSET) – 1802 Chukka Hina Dr – Durant – OK 74702 – Ph: (580) 924.8280/522.6170 x 2122 Southeastern Oklahoma State (GED) – 1422 N 5th Ave – Durant – OK 74701 – Ph: (580) 745.3185 Donald W Reynolds Comm Ctr & Library (HiSET) – 1515 W Main St – Durant – OK 74701 – Ph: (580) 924.3486 El Reno Canadian Valley Tech Ctr (HiSET) – 6505 E Rte 66 – El Reno – OK 73036 – Ph: (405) 262.2629 Elk City Elk City Reg Ed Ctr (TASC or HiSET) – 700 W 2nd St – Elk City – OK 73644 – Ph: (580) 225.4154 Enid Autry Technology Ctr (GED) – 1201 W Willow Rd – Enid – OK 73703 – Ph: (580) 242.2750 Enid Publ Schools (HiSET) – 600 W Elm Ave – Enid – OK 73701 – Ph: (580) 366.7200 Fort Cobb Caddo Kiowa Technology Ctr (GED) – 1415 N 7th St – Fort Cobb – OK 73038 – Ph: (405) 643.5511 Fort Gibson Fort Gibson High (HiSET) – 501 S Ross St – Fort Gibson – OK 74434 – Ph: (918) 357.7037 Goodwell Oklahoma Panhandle State (GED) – 409 W Sewell St – Goodwell – OK 73939 – Ph: (580) 349.1558 Guymon Guymon Publ. Library (HiSET) – 1718 N Oklahoma St – Guymon – OK 73942 – Ph: (580) 338.7330 Hugo Choctaw Nation Kiamichi Techn Ctr (HiSET) – 107 S 15th St – Hugo – OK 74543 – Ph: (580) 924.8280 Idabel Idabel Adult Ed (TASC) – 1203 SE Quincy St – Idabel – OK 74745 – Ph: (580) 774.3084 Southeastern OK State (HiSET) – 2805 NE Lincoln Rd – Idabel – OK 74745 – Ph: (580) 924.8280 Lawton Comanche Nation Ed Ctr (GED) – 1608 SW 9th St – Lawton – OK 73501 – Ph: (580) 591.0203 Great Plains Technology Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 4500 W Lee Blvd – Lawton – OK 73505 – Ph: (580) 250.5562 McAlester Eastern Oklahoma State (HiSET) – 1802 College Ave – McAlester – OK 74501 – Ph: (580) 924.8280 x 2319 McAlester Publ Schools (HiSET) – 200 E Adams Ave – McAlester – OK 74501 – Ph: (918) 423.4008 Kiamichi Technology Ctr (HiSET) – 301 Kiamichi Dr – McAlester – OK 74501 – Ph: (918) 426.0940 Miami Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Coll (GED or HiSET) – 200 I St NE – Miami – OK 74354 – Ph: (918) 540.6292 Midwest City Goodwill Industries-Central OK (TASC) – 6824 E Reno Ave – Midwest City – OK 73110 – Ph: (405) 278.7126 Muskogee Muskogee Workforce Ctr (GED) – 717 S 32nd St – Muskogee – OK 74401 – Ph: (918) 683.8553/357.7037 St Josephs Cath. Church (HiSET) – 321 N Virginia St – Muskogee – OK 74403 – Ph: (918) 508.7102 Norman Envision Success Inc GED) – 1151 E Main St – Norman – OK 73071 – Ph: (405) 701.2015 Moore Norman Techn Ctr (HiSET) – 4701 12th Ave NW – Norman – OK 73070 – Ph: (405) 801.5015 Oklahoma City Oklahoma State (GED) – 900 N Portland Ave – Oklahoma City – OK 73107 – Ph: (405) 954.8648 Oklahoma City Comm Coll (GED or HiSET) – 7777 S May Ave – Oklahoma City – OK 73159 – Ph: (405) 682.7531 Francis Tuttle Techn Ctr (GED) – 12777 N Rockwell Ave – Oklahoma City – OK 73142 – Ph: (405) 717.4323 OIC of Oklahoma Co (HiSET) – 3033 N Walnut Ave – Oklahoma City – OK 73105 – Ph: (405) 235.2651 Community Lit Ctr (HiSET) – 5131 N Classen Cir (Ste 204) – Oklahoma City – OK 73118 – Ph: (405) 524.7323 Okmulgee Oklahoma State University (GED) – 1801 E 4th St – Okmulgee – OK 74447 – Ph: (800) 722.4471 Omega Chisholm Trail Techn Ctr (HiSET) – 283 OK 33 – Omega – OK 73764 – Ph: (405) 729.8324 Ponca City Pioneer Techn Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 2101 N Ash St – Ponca City – OK 74601 – Ph: (580) 762.8336 Poteau Carl Albert State Coll (HiSET) – 1507 S McKenna St – Poteau – OK 74601 – Ph: (918) 647.1342 Poteau Adult Learning Ctr (HiSET) – 408 Dewey Ave – Poteau – OK 74953 – Ph: (918) 647.5795 Pryor Cherokee Nation Career Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 2945 Hwy 69A – Pryor – OK 74361 – Ph: (918) 825.7988/506.9810 Union Schools (HiSET) – 403 E Graham Ave – Pryor – OK 74361 – Ph: (918) 357.7037 Sallisaw Sallisaw Adult Ed Ctr (GED) – 312 S Walnut St – Sallisaw – OK 74955 – Ph: (918) 776.0976 Sayre SW Oklahoma State (TASC) – 409 E Mississippi Ave – Sayre – OK 73662 – Ph (580) 928.553 Shawnee Citizen Potawatomi Nation Ed Ctr (GED) – 1549 Workforce Dr – Shawnee – OK 74801 – Ph: (405) 878.3854 Shawnee Adult Ed Center (HiSET) – 1830 N Beard St – Shawnee – OK 74801 – Ph: (405) 878.3101 Stigler Choctaw Nation Comm Ctr (HiSET) – 2208 E Main St – Stigler – OK 74462 – Ph: (918) 967.2398 Stilwell Cherokee Nation Career Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 219 W Oak St – Stilwell – OK 74960 – Ph: (918) 822.2444/506.9810 Stillwater Meridian Career Technology Career Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 1312 S Sangre Rd – Stillwater – OK 74074 – Ph: (405) 377.3333 Tahlequah Cherokee Nation Career Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 22210 S Huckleberry Circle – Tahlequah – OK 74464 – Ph: (918) 822.2444/772.4245 Cappi Wadley Ed Center (GED or HiSET) – 717 N Grand Ave – Tahlequah – OK 74464 – Ph: (918) 444.3313 Talihina Choctaw Nation Comm Ctr (HiSET) – 100 Railroad St – Talihina – OK 74571 – Ph: (580) 924.8280 Tulsa Tulsa Comm Coll Metro Campus (GED) – 909 S Boston Ave – Tulsa – OK 74119 – Ph: (918) 595.7010 Tulsa Comm Coll (Northeast Campus, GED) – 3727 E Apache St – Tulsa – OK 74115 – Ph: (918) 595.7534 Neighbors Along the Line (HiSET) – 5000 W Charles Page Blvd – Tulsa – OK 74127 – Ph: (918) 584.1111 Catholic Charities Ed Dept (HiSET) – 2450 N Harvard Ave – Tulsa – OK 74115 – Ph: (918) 357.7037 Wayne Mid America Techn Ctr (HiSET) – 27438 OK 59 – Wayne – OK 73095 – Ph: (405) 222.6562 Weatherford SW Oklahoma State (TASC) – 100 Campus Ave – Weatherford – OK 73096 – Ph: (580) 774.7084 SW Oklahoma State (GED or HiSET) – 1001 N 7th St – Weatherford – OK 73096 – Ph: (580) 774.3084 Wetumka Wes Watkins Technology Ctr (HiSET) – 7892 Hwy 9 – Wetumka – OK 74883 – Ph: (405) 452.5500 Wilburton Choctaw Nation Comm Ctr (HiSET) – 1056 NW 1003 Ave – Wilburton – OK 74578 – Ph: (580) 924.8280 Woodward High Plains Techn Ctr (GED) – 3921 34th St – Woodward – OK 73801 – Ph: (580) 256.6618/571-6129 Wright City Choctaw Nation Community Ctr (HiSET) – 5718 Rodeo Grounds Rd – Wright City – OK 74766 – Ph: (580) 924.8280 x 2319 Yukon Canadian Valley Tech Ctr (HiSET) – 1701 S Czech Hall Rd – Yukon – OK 73099 – Ph: (405) 345.3333 Are maybe updates required? We appreciate contributions. Your feedback is welcome here on our information page. Thank you. Online GED and HiSET testing So now, the HiSET and GED exams can be taken in an online format as well. It used to be that you had to come to an official Oklahoma testing center but those days are over. If you want to learn more about taking the HiSET exam online, check out HiSET Online Proctored Test, and for more details about the new online GED test, go to this page: The Online Proctored GED Exam. Retesting and fees GED If you fail a GED subtest, you can retake that subtest in Oklahoma without any waiting period. If you need a third attempt, though, you’ll need to wait for a 60-day period before you can take that subject test again. GED Testing Service offers you two retests per subject field at a discounted rate. You just pay the testing center fee of$14. These retakes must be taken within one year. Thereafter, regular fees will apply again ($34 for each subtest). HiSET HiSET testing includes two retests per subject field at a reduced rate. For these two retests counts that you only have to pay the fee for the test center. The five HiSET subtests cost each: Computer-based subtests:$18.25 ($10.75 for ETS, and$7.50 administrative fee).
Paper-based subtests: $22.50 ($15 for ETS, and $7.50 administrative fee). First-time test-takers will also have to pay a one-time$10 fee when you schedule your first subtest.

TASC

The five TASC subtests cost $19.70 each, so$98.50 or the entire battery. If you fail a TASC subtest, you have two retakes on that subject field at no charge. If you want to retake the entire TASC exam, or one or more of the subtests only to attain a higher score, there are no free retests. You’ll have to pay the full price in that case.

GED, HiSET, TASC passing scores

The passing score on each of the GED subject field tests is 145 on a 100-200 scale. Below passing score: 100-144. passing score: 145-164. College-ready score: 165-174. College-ready plus college credit score: 175-200.

HiSET scoring happens on a scale that runs to 20 and the minimally required result on each of the five subtests is 8. The essay result must be at least a 2 out of 6 and the overall score must be no less than 45.

The five TASC subtests are measured on a 300 to 800 scale and here, the passing score is 500 so the minimally required overall score is 2500while the essay result must be at least a 2 out of a possible 8i points.

Passing the HSE (High School Equivalency) test is crucial for your future. It allows for a college education and will definitely lead to better job options and a decent income.

Prepare well for the GED

Students can contact their nearest HSE prep or testing center to see if they are eligible to take the GED, TASC, or HiSET exam. If you have a high school diploma or similar, or when you are signed up for any school program, the HSE exam is not for you. Get well informed at an HSE center. Check out if the program is free, and get optimally prepared.

The four separate GED modules (independent subtests) must be taken exclusively on a computer whereas the TASC and HiSET exams are offered both on paper and on a computer.

For enrollment in a GED prep class, please request and fill out an appropriate form and if you contact a prep site, the staff will be glad to help you if you require some aid. The adult education department of your school board can provide additional information as well about prerequisites, fees, and more.

Your local bookstore or the community library can supply study material and you can find online preparation as well for support, but probably the best preparation is offered programs at GED prep facilities, often at no cost at all, in combination with an online course like what’s offered at no cost on this website.

Online learning allows for studying at times that are in line with the calendar of a student. A directory of all prep sites is listed above if you click on your city or a city near you.

Discover a good strategy. The GED (General Education Development) has not so many multiple-choice questions left, most of the questions require essay-style answers. Finding a good strategy will boost your confidence and improve your scores.

When taking the exam, just remember the strategies you learned in GED classes. HiSET (High School Equivalency Test) and TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion) are for the larger part still multiple-choice, only the essay part is not.

Jobs with a GED

Acquiring the HSE diploma will definitely help you land a new job, be used for a more rewarding career, and let you attend college-level courses. If you didn’t finish your high school education and don’t have a GED, you are expected to earn at least \$9,000 less annually than people who have a secondary school degree.

Over the last two decades, more than 67,000 adults have received their GED diploma in Oklahoma. Most of the many Oklahoma new job positions are found in the fields of Health Care and Financial Services.

The newly created jobs are mostly at entry-level and require at least a high school or GED diploma, but also if you want to be eligible for a promotion at your current job, you will need to have a secondary education degree as well, so be wise and invest some time in completing your high school education.

One test at a time

You can take one of the four separate GED tests individually at one of Oklahoma’s more than 50 accredited and state-approved HSE testing centers. So prepare for one subtest, or module, pass that part and move on to the next section. The TASC and HiSET subject tests are also available separately.