Listed in this article are all GED® prep locations and testing centers in the Russellville area. Arkansas is using the completely computer-based GED test for its high school equivalency (HSE) testing program.
There are two options for GED hopefuls to take the GED exam, online and at a state-designated GED testing center. Learn more below.
The GED exam offers adults who quit high school prematurely the opportunity to earn an equivalent credential.
GED testing takes place at a level that compares to that of HS graduates.
The GED exam has four separate subject tests in Literacy, Social Studies, Science, and Math.
You are given the freedom to sit for these four subtests one at a time.
The GED diploma qualifies for a college education and will definitely result in better and better-paying job options!
Russellville GED prep facilities
Russellville Adult Education Center
1000 S Arkansas Ave | Russellville | AR 72801 | Phone: (479) 968.5244
Pope County Literacy Council
P.O. Box 1276 | Russellville | AR 72801 | Phone: (479) 967.7323
Russellville WAGE Center
104 S Rochester Ave | Russellville | AR 72801 | Phone: (479) 890.0118
Pope County Detention Center GED program
3 Emergency Ln | Russellville | AR 72802 | Phone: (479) 968.2558
Not open to the general public
GED prep sites around Russellville (cities by alphabet)
Johnson County Adult Education (Arkansas Tech)
400 W Cherry St | Clarksville | AR 72830 | Phone: (479) 754.2620
Conway Adult Ed. GED Classes
615 E Robins St | Conway | AR 72032 | Phone: (501) 450.4810
Check out more prep classes on our Conway area page
Danville Adult Education
1501 E 8th St | Suite B | Danville | AR 72833 | Phone: (479) 495.5244
Yell County Detention Center GED Instruction
204 E 4th St | Danville | AR 72833 | Phone: (479) 495.7739
Dardanelle Adult Education
511 N Highway 7 | Dardanelle | AR 72834 | Phone: (479) 229.5244
Fort Smith EOC (Educational Opportunity Center)
300 S 11th St | Fort Smith | AR 72901 | Phone: (479) 494.0474
For all Fort Smith area options click here
U of A Community College Adult Education Center
600 N St. Joseph St | Morrilton | AR 72110 | Phone: (501) 215.4904
Logan County Adult Education Center (Logan Co. Career Center)
2000 E Wood St | Paris | AR 72855 | Phone: (479) 438.3570
GED classes are provided by Arkansas Tech University’s Adult and Continuing Education Department
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Russellville area GED testing sites
Russellville Adult Ed. GED testing
1000 S Arkansas | Russellville | AR 72811 | Phone: (479) 968.5244
Johnson County Adult Education
18 Sherwood Plaza | Clarksville | AR 72830 | Phone: (479) 754.2620
Conway Adult Education
615 East Robins Street | Conway | AR 72032 | Phone: (501) 450.4810
University of Arkansas Community College-Morrilton
1537 University Boulevard | Morrilton | AR 72110 | Phone: (501) 977.2060
Arkansas Tech-Logan County Career Ctr
2008 E Wood Street | Paris | AR 72855 | (844) 963.3243
Introducing the online GED test
Taking the GED test over the internet is an option as well. In the past, GED candidates had to show up at an official Arkansas GED test center in person if you wanted to earn your Arkansas GED diplomas.
Today, however, students can take the GED exam online as well. To qualify for the online GED tests, they are required to attain “green scores” on the GED Ready® practice test. Isn’t that great? For more information, check out this post: introducing an online proctored GED exam.
This means that the test has four separate subtests (modules) that can be taken independently. So you can prepare for one test, pass that part, and move on to the next section. You only need to pay for the part(s) you register for.
To pass, you must reach at least a score of 145 on each of the subtests. Registration, test scheduling, payments, everything must be done online at GED.com where you need to create your personal account at the portal MyGED.
The GED program is for people who never finished high school. The diploma or certificate that you will be given upon successfully completing the GED test is recognized and accepted as equivalent to a high school diploma by employers, colleges, and government institutions across the United States.
The GED exam tests elementary subject areas that students learn in high school. The GED (General Education Development) program is developed to give adults another chance to obtain a credential that is comparable to a high school diploma.
Last Updated on June 18, 2021.