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GED Classes Quincy, Massachusetts

This article includes a list of all GED®-HiSET prep class locations and testing sites in the Quincy area.

Massachusetts offers two options for HSE (high school equivalency) testing, the GED and HiSET.

The Massachusetts HSE exam is for adults who have not finished high school. This way they can secure a credential that’s equivalent to a common HS diploma.

Both HiSET and the GED are administered by states and jurisdictions to measure knowledge and skills similar to a common high school course of study.

The GED must be taken entirely on a computer and has four individual subtests that can be taken individually within a period of two years. This only counts for the GED!

The four GED subtests are in Math. Literacy, Social Studies, and Science. Visit HiSET-GED in Massachusetts for qualification details.

HiSET testing can be done both on-paper and on-computer via five subtests in the fields of English Writing, English Reading, Science, Social Studies, and Math.

Visit also this page that has links to all HSE prep programs in America and you may also benefit from these free practice tests for your HSE exam.

Quincy HiSET-GED prep locations

GED Requirements in Massachusetts

Quincy College HiSET-GED Prep Classes *)
1250 Hancock Street – Quincy – MA 02169 – Phone: (617) 984.1617

Quincy Adult Education Program HSE Instruction
1509 Hancock Street – 2nd Fl – Quincy – MA 02169 – Phone: (617) 479.8181 (ext. 387)

North Quincy High (Quincy Public Schools)
316 Hancock Street – Quincy – MA 02169 – Phone: (617) 984.6619

Quincy Community Action HSE Program
1509 Hancock Street – Quincy – MA 02169 – Phone: (617) 657.5387

Quincy Asian Resources
219 Quincy Avenue – Quincy – MA 02169 – Phone: (617) 472.2200

Training Resources of America ACHIEVE Youth Opportunity Program
1515 Hancock Street – Ste 110 – Quincy – MA 02169 – Phone: (617) 773.1470
Entrance on the side of the building at 58 Ross Way

GED Requirements in Massachusetts

Locations around Quincy (cities in alphabetic order)

Massachusetts Literacy Volunteers
8 Faneuil Hall Marketplace – 3rd Fl – Boston – MA 02109 – Phone: (617) 367.1313
For all Boston region options click here

Braintree Community Continuing Education (Braintree High School)
128 Town Street – Braintree – MA 02184 – Phone: (781) 848.4000 (ext. 6860)
No GED classes but SAT instruction

Massasoit Community College-Canton
900 Randolph Street – Canton – MA 02021 – Phone: (508) 588-9100 (ext. 1509)

Blue Hills Regional Tech
800 Randolph Street – Canton – MA 02021 – Phone: (781) 828-5800 (ext. 324)

College Bound Dorchester HSE Instruction
18 Samoset Street – Dorchester – MA 02124 – Phone: (617) 282.5034
See more Dorchester locations in this post

Stoughton High School (Stoughton Adult Ed.)
232 Pearl Street – Stoughton – MA 02302 – Phone: (781) 341-5183

GED Requirements in Massachusetts

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Quincy area GED-HiSET testing sites

Quincy College HSE testing
1250 Hancock Street – Quincy – MA 02169 – Phone: (617) 984.1617

Quincy Public Schools (Center for Technical Ed.)
316 Hancock Street – Quincy – MA 02169 – Phone: (617) 984.6619

Massasoit Community College 
1 Massasoit Blvd – |Brockton – MA 02302 – Phone: (508) 588-9100 (ext. 1994)

Boston Department of Education
55 Malcolm X Blvd – Boston – MA 02120 – Phone: (617) 635-9300

GED Requirements in Massachusetts

The HSE diploma

Passing the exam earns an internationally recognized high school equivalent credential that may be used to further education, help obtain employment, or achieve other personal goals. Passing one of the exams leads to an internationally recognized and accepted high school equivalent credential which can be used for continued academic education, get better employment, or achieve personal goals.

*) Quincy College

Quincy College (both Quincy and Plymouth campuses) are now HiSET-GED (High School Equivalency) Testing Centers. Massachusetts joined Maine and New Hampshire to replace the GED with the HiSET exam by Educational Testing Service (ETS). Quincy College’s two campuses also became official Pearson VUE testing centers. In early 2017, Massachusetts decided to offer the GED as well.

The HiSET test includes five test areas, just as formerly the GED examination: literacy reading, literacy writing, math, science, and social studies. The HiSET is available in various formats (on paper or on a computer) and in English and Spanish. The GED comes with four separate tests (modules) that must be passed within two years.

The school offers a 10-week HiSET preparation course to get students all set for the HiSET exam, and applicants will first have to attend an orientation & registration session.

Quincy HiSET prep classes are offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The prep course costs $350 (and this does not include the cost of books). If you want more information, you can call the school at 617-984-1617.

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