GED Classes Suffolk, Virginia

This article lists all GED® prep facilities and testing sites in the Suffolk region. Virginia uses the computer-based GED exam for its HSE (high school equivalency) testing program.

The GED program is developed for persons who quit high school prematurely and offers them the chance to earn an equivalent credential.

The GED exam has four modules (subtests) in these academic areas: Science, Social Studies, Math, and Literacy.

You can opt to sit for the four GED subtests one at a time. There’s no need to take it all in one session.

The GED test assesses skills and knowledge at a level that’s similar to that of graduating HS students.

Suffolk GED Prep Locations

GED Requirements in Virginia

The Pruden Center for Industry and Technology (Center for Lifelong Learning)
4169 Pruden Boulevard – Suffolk – Virginia 23434 – Phone 757.925.5651

Faith Temple Apostolic Church (Pruden Center)
476 Wellons Street – Suffolk – Virginia 23434 – Phone 757.925.5651

Suffolk Workforce Center (Pruden Center)
157 N Main Street – Suffolk – Virginia 23434 – Phone 757.925.5651

Saint Mary Church of God in Christ GED Classes
3637 Nansemond Parkway – Suffolk – Virginia 23435 – Phone 757.538.0155

Redevelopment and Housing Authority-Suffolk
530 E Pinner Street – Suffolk – Virginia 23434 – Phone 757.539.2100

Western Tidewater Regional Jail GED Program
2402 Godwin Boulevard – Suffolk – VA 23434 – Phone: 757.539.3119
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GED Prep Sites Around Suffolk (cities by alphabet)

Carrollton Library (Pruden Ctr)
14362 New Towne Haven Ln – Carrollton – Virginia 23314 – Phone 757.925.5651

Chesapeake GED Education
369 Battlefield Boulevard – Chesapeake – Virginia 23322 – Phone 757.482.5680
For all Chesapeake locations go to this page

Surry County High (Southside Adult Ed.)
1675 Hollybush Road – Dendron – Virginia 23839 – Phone 757.267.2976

Paul D. Camp Community College (Franklin Campus)
100 N College Drive – Franklin – Virginia 23851 – Phone 757.569.6790

Camptown Parks & Recreation Ctr (Prudent Ctr.)
33475 Carver Rd – Franklin – Virginia 23851 – Phone 757.925.5651

IOW Department of Social Services (The Pruden Center)
17100 Monument Circle – Isle of Wight – Virginia 23397 – Phone 757.925.5651

Pathway to Life
936 S Church St – Smithfield – Virginia 23314 – Phone 757.356.9727 (x 727)

Smithfield High School (Pruden Ctr)
14171 Turner Dr – Smithfield – Virginia 23430 – Phone 757.925.5651

PDCCC (Pruden Ctr)
253 James St – Smithfield – Virginia 23430 – Phone 757.925.5651

Jersey Park (Pruden Ctr)
775 Wrenn Rd – Smithfield – Virginia 23430 – Phone 757.925.5651

Smithfield Packing Company (Pruden Ctr)
1911 S Church St – Smithfield – Virginia 23430 – Phone 757.925.5651

Christian Home Baptist Church (Pruden Ctr)
20123 Longview Dr – Windsor – Virginia 23487 – Phone 757.925.5651

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Suffolk Area GED Testing Centers

The College & Career Academy @ Pruden
4169 Pruden Blvd, Suffolk, Virginia 23434, Phone 757.925.5651

Chesapeake Public Schools GED testing
369 South Battlefield Blvd, Chesapeake, Virginia 23322, Phone 757.482.5680

Tidewater Comm College GED Test Center
300 Granby St, Suite 2505, Norfolk, Virginia 23510, Phone 757.822.1310
For all Norfolk locations, click here

Portsmouth GED Testing Center
2801 Turnpike Rd, Portsmouth, Virginia 23707, Phone 757.393.8822

To find out if you qualify, check out the page GED testing in Virginia.

Is the GED test hard?

Your Future

The certificate that is rewarded after successfully passing the Virginia GED exam is generally accepted as equivalent to a high school diploma by state and federal authorities, employers, and universities throughout the nation. The four GED tests examine elementary capabilities and knowledge that students learn in high school.

The GED exam is computer-formatted and you will be given about 7.5 hours to complete everything, but don’t worry about the time. You have the freedom to prepare for and take the four subject area tests one by one. When you think you are well prepared, just take that one test, and when you pass, move on to the next section.

The passing score for each of the modules is 145 on a 100-200 scale. If you are thinking about earning your GED credential, check out everything at GED.com. You need to register at MyGED, where you can set up your account for everything related to the GED exam.

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