GED Classes The Dalles, Oregon

In this article, you can discover all GED® prep facilities and test centers in and around The Dalles. Oregon uses the GED exam for its high school equivalency (HSE) testing program.

The GED test can be taken online and at state-designated Oregon GED test centers.

HSE testing offers adults who couldn’t graduate high school one more shot at acquiring an equivalent degree.

HES testing occurs at a level that’s comparable to what high school students must know upon graduation

The GED exam includes four subtests in Math, Social Studies, Literacy, and Science

These subtests can be completed separately. There’s no need to take at all at once.

In earlier days, there was never an online GED testing option. You always had to show up at one of Oregon’s official testing sites and take the tests in person.

This, however, has now changed with the launch of an online proctored GED testing option. Read more below.

The Dalles GED prep sites

Columbia Gorge Community College
400 E Scenic Drive, The Dalles, Oregon 97058, Phone: (541) 506-6034

Columbia Gorge Migrant Education Program
400 E Scenic Drive, The Dalles, Oregon 97058, Phone: (541) 298‐3132

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Locations around The Dalles (cities in alphabetic order)

Blue Mountain Community College-Boardman
300 NE Front Street, Boardman, Oregon 97818, Phone: (541) 278-5759

Klickitat County Adul Education Center
228 West Main Street, Goldendale, Washington 98620, Phone: (509) 773-5817

Central Oregon Community College
1170 East Ashwood Rd, Madras, OR 97741, Phone: (541) 550.4100

Columbia Gorge Comm. Coll. Hood River
1730 College Way, Hood River, Oregon 97031, Phone: (541) 308-8211

Hood River Adult Education
1009 Eugene Street, Hood River, Oregon 9703, Phone: (541) 386-2055

Stevenson Library
120 NW Vancouver Avenue, Stevenson, Washington 98648, Phone: (509) 427-5471

Stevenson Career Center
266 SW Second Street, Stevenson, Washington 98648, Phone: (509) 427-0727

Yakima Career Center GED Instruction
306 Division Street, Yakima, Washington 98902, Phone: (509) 574-0174
See all Yakima area options here

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The Dalles area GED test centers

Columbia Gorge Community College-The Dalles
400 East Scenic Drive, The Dalles, Oregon 97031, Phone (541) 506-6017

Mount Hood Community College-Gresham
26000 SE Stark Street, Gresham, Oregon 97030, Phone (503) 491-7592

Columbia Gorge Community College-Hood River
1730 College Way, Hood River, Oregon 97031, Phone (541) 308-8211

Your future

The four subtests of the GED (General Educational Development) exam are in Mathematical Reasoning (115 min), Reasoning Through Language Arts (150 min. incl. a 10-minute break), Science (90 minutes), and Social Studies (70 minutes). The GED test is modular, implying you can sit (and pay) for one subject test at a time.

Oregon GED Practice Test

Preparation is necessary for every important exam, and students who prepare well are likely to pass sooner, and this also applies to the GED exam, which has become very rigorous. The four-part GED exam is administered fully on a computer, paper-based testing is a thing of the past.

Some of the advantages of obtaining your GED certificate are that finding a better job will be easier as most vacant jobs in this country require a high school diploma or GED certificate. The GED certificate is recognized as equivalent to a high school degree by virtually all colleges and universities, and getting your GED degree allows you to go on with studying at institutions of higher learning.

Registration has become very simple, just sign up for MyGED at and you can choose the day and the time that suits you best. You can schedule (and pay) one test at a time, so make sure you are properly prepared every time you take an individual test.

Introducing online proctored GED testing

To earn an Oregon high school equivalency credential, you always needed to show up, in-person, at an official state-approved Oregon GED testing site. Online GED testing was simply not available but recently, we have seen the introduction of a new online proctored GED testing option, so all of that is changing. If you want to read more about this online GED test-taking option, check out: ‘The launch of an online GED testing option’.

Last Updated on January 20, 2021.

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