GED Classes Santa Monica, California

This post lists all HSE prep locations and testing locations in and around Santa Monica. In California, you can take the computer-formatted GED® exam for High School Equivalency (HSE) testing.

Additionally, the state gave its OK to two alternatives for this purpose, the HiSET and TASC exams.

The HSE program is for adults who left high school prematurely and offers them another chance to earn an equivalent credential.

All three HSE exams measure knowledge at a level that compares to that of a graduating high school student.

The GED exam is entirely computerized and includes four individual subtests in Science, Math, Social Studies, and Literacy.

The TASC and HiSET come with five tests as the section Literacy has two tests, one in reading and one in writing.

You can take the GED, TASC, or HiSET modules (subtests) one at a time.

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Santa Monica GED Prep Locations

Santa Monica Adult Education Center (Santa Monica-Malibu USD)
2510 Lincoln Blvd | Santa Monica | CA 90405 | Ph: (310) 664-6222 ext. 76202

Santa Monica College Community Education
1900 Pico Blvd | Santa Monica | CA 90405 | Ph: (310) 434-3400

Santa Monica Public Library
601 Santa Monica Blvd | Santa Monica | CA 90401 | Ph: (310) 458-8308

Facilities Around Santa Monica (cities by alphabet)

Beverly Hills Adult School
255 S Lasky Dr | Beverly Hills | CA 90212 | Ph: (310) 551-5150

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Culver City Adult Reading Program
4909 Overland Ave | Culver City | CA 90230 | Ph: (310) 842-4300

Culver City Adult School
4501 Elenda St | Culver City | CA 90230 | Ph: (310) 842-4300

West Los Angeles College
9000 Overland Ave | Culver City | CA 90230 | Ph: (310) 287-4419

Work Source 
110 S La Brea Ave | Suite 307 | Inglewood | CA 90301 | Ph: (310) 680-2007
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Valley Prep Tutoring Services
13749 Riverside Dr | Sherman Oaks | CA 91423 | Ph: (818) 788-8700

Lincoln Adult Education Center
318 Lincoln Blvd | Venice | CA 90291 | Ph: (310) 392-6434

Venice Community Adult Education
13000 Venice Blvd | Venice | CA 90066 | Ph: (310) 577-4230

Venice Skills Center-GED Plus Program 
611 Fifth Ave | Venice | CA 90291 | Ph: (310) 664-5888

Santa Monica Area GED Testing Centers 

Santa Monica Adult Education
2510 Lincoln Blvd | Santa Monica | CA 90405 | Ph: (310) 664-6222

West Los Angeles Coll. GED Testing
9000 Overland Ave | Culver City | CA 90230 | Ph: (310) 287-4200

Culver City Adult School (HiSET)
49090 Overland Ave | Culver City | CA 90230, Ph: (310) 842-4300

Inglewood Adult School
106 E Manchester Blvd | Suite 350 | Inglewood | CA 90301, Ph: (310) 330-5225

Venice Skills Center HiSET
611 Fifth Ave | Venice | CA 90291 | Ph: (213) 765-2573

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To see if you qualify for the HSE program, check out GED CA requirements. On this page is also a lot more HSE testing information available.

GED, TASC, HiSET

The GED exam includes four tests in these academic subjects: Literacy, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Besides the GED, California residents can also take the alternatives, the TASC and the HiSET tests, but testing sites decide which exam(s) they are using, so contact a test center close to you. The HSE (high school equivalency) diploma is accepted by practically all U.S. schools and employers.

HSE benefits

The GED program has been used for more than seven decades to assess test-takers’ knowledge and skills at the level that can be expected of high school seniors. The GED diploma is necessary to get into higher education, to get a decent job, and to qualify for job promotions.

The GED exam is available in English and Spanish. The GED (General Education Development) examination is a nationally recognized set of four tests created to assess the skills and concepts typically learned during a regular four-year high school education.

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Practically all employers, community colleges, and universities accept the GED certificate in lieu of a high school credential. The GED exam consists of four separate tests: Literacy, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Science.

To pass, students must receive a score of no less than 145 points on each test module, so a total score of 580 points across the four test modules. HiSET and TASC are scored in their own ways.

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