GED Classes Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Listed on this page are all GED (HiSET in New Hampshire) prep sites and testing centers in the Portsmouth area. New Hampshire is using the HiSET test for the state’s high school equivalency testing program.

You can sit for the HiSET exam online or at one of New Hampshire’s official HiSET test centers.

The exam is geared towards individuals who quit high school prematurely and gives them a chance to earn an equivalent degree.

The HiSET®, just like the GED®, measures knowledge at a level that may be expected of students after four years in high school.

The exam comprises five subject tests in the fields of reading, writing, science, math, and social studies.

The HiSET is available in both paper- and computer-based formats, and the subtests may be taken individually.

In earlier days, HiSET testing had to be done at state-recognized testing sites. There was no online option, but the recent introduction of an online proctored HiSET exam has changed that. Learn more below at the bottom of this post.

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Portsmouth GED Prep Locations (HiSET)

Portsmouth Adult Education HiSET Instruction
100 Campus Dr – Suite 22 – Portsmouth – NH 03801 – Phone: (603) 422-8233

Sylvan Portsmouth
800 Islington St – Unit 10-B – Portsmouth – NH 03801 – Phone: (603) 819-5042

NH Works Portsmouth Career Center (for advice & referral)
2000 Lafayette Rd – Portsmouth – NH 03801 – Phone: (603) 436-3702

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Sites Around Portsmouth (Cities In Alphabetic Order)

Biddeford Adult Education HiSET Instruction
189 Alfred St – Biddeford – ME 04005 – Phone: (207) 282.3883
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Adult Education-Dover (@McConnell Community Center)
61 Locust St – Dover – NH 03820 – Phone: (603) 742.1030

Adult Education-Farmington (@Dover Adult Learning Center of Strafford County)
22 Atkinson St – Dover – NH 03820 – Phone: (603) 742.1030

Adult Education Exeter-Tuck Learning Campus
30 Linden St – Entrance D – Exeter – NH 03833 – Phone: (603) 775.8457
Exeter Adult Education offers free day and evening opportunities for applicants who want to prepare for the HiSET exam. Classes are offered on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to Noon, and Mondays and Thursdays from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. HiSET classes are available at the Tuck Learning Center (Entrance D, 30 Linden Street).

Winnacunnet High School (Winnacunnet Community Education)
1 Alumni Dr – Hampton – NH 03842 – Phone: (603) 758.9224
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Kittery Adult Education HiSET
12 Williams Ave – Kittery – ME 03904 – Phone: (207) 439.5896

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Newburyport Adult Education (@Nock Middle School)
70 Low St – Newburyport – MA 01950 – Phone: (978) 465.1257

Noble Adult Education HiSET
100 Noble Way – North Berwick – ME 03906 – Phone: (207) 676.3223

First Church Congregational (Dover Adult Education)
63 S Main St – Rochester – NH 03867 – Phone: (603) 335.6200

NH Works Somersworth Career Center
243 Route 108 – Somersworth – NH 03878 – Phone: (603) 742.3600
For advice & referral only

Marshwood Adult Education
260 Dow Highway – South Berwick – ME 03908 – Phone: (207) 384.5703

Sanford Community Adult Education (at Anderson Learning Ctr)
21 Bradeen St – Ste 201 – Springvale – ME 04083 – Phone: (207) 490.5145

Wells-Ogunquit Adult & Community Education
200 Sanford Rd – Wells – ME 04090 – Phone: (207) 646.4565

York Adult Ed. HiSET Classes
30 Organug Rd – York – ME 03909 – Phone: (207) 363.7922
York Adult & Community Education offers Academic classes, Business Training programs, Personal Enrichment classes, and more.

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Welcoming The Online HiSET Test

In the past, if you were looking to sit for the HiSET exam, your personal appearance at an official New Hampshire HiSET testing site was required. There simply was no online high school equivalency testing option offered.

But now, this has all changed with the arrival of the online proctored HiSET test. To learn more about the ‘HiSET-Exam-At-Home’ option, check out Introducing the HiSET-At-Home test.

For eligibility criteria, go to GED (HiSET) testing in New Hampshire.

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Portsmouth Area GED Testing Centers (HiSET)

Crossroads House Portsmouth HiSET Test Center
600 Lafayette Road, Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801, Phone: (603) 775-8456

Dover Adult Education HiSET testing
61 Locust Street, Dover, New Hampshire 03820, Phone: (603) 742-1030

Exeter Adult Education Center
30 Linden Street, Exeter, New Hampshire 03833, Phone: (603) 775-8456

Traip Academy Adult Education Office (Kittery Adult Ed)
12 Williams Avenue, Kittery, Maine 03904, Phone: (207) 439-5896

Noble High School
388 Somersworth Road, North Berwick, ME 03906, Phone: (207) 676-3223

Dover ALC-First Church Congregational
63 S Main Street, Rochester, New Hampshire 03867, Phone: (603) 742-1030

Marshwood Adult Education
260 Dow Highway, South Berwick, Maine 03908, Phone: (207) 384-5703

Wells-Ogunquit Adult Education (Wells High School)
200 Sanford Road, Wells, Maine 04090, Phone: (207) 646-4565

York Adult Education
30 Organug Road, York, Maine 03909, Phone: (207) 393-7922

Why The HiSET Exam?

Just like many other states, New Hampshire started to look for available alternative methods because the non-profit ACE (The American Council on Education) had transferred its GED testing services to for-profit giant assessment developer Pearson VUE.

The HiSET exam offers a choice between computer and paper-based testing for the next few years and will gradually switch to only computer testing.

Pearson Vue introduced the computer-based GED program, and GED Testing Service spiked the exam fee to currently around $144.

The HiSET exam, however, now also costs a staggering $25 per one of the five subtests in New Hampshire! Having said that, affordability was one of the key reasons why New Hampshire turned away from the GED exam!