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GED Classes Vallejo, California

In this post, we list all available GED® preparatory facilities in the Vallejo, California, region. Testing centers are listed as well.

At these sites, you have the chance to can get help from dedicated instructors to get all set to take on the GED® (General Education Development) exam effectively. California additionally introduced two other High School Equivalency tests, the TASC and the HiSET. Check out GED testing in California to find out if you qualify.

GED-TASC-HiSET

Adults without a high school diploma can opt for the GED track if they want to obtain a diploma that’s across America seen as equivalent to a common H.S. diploma. All three options, GED, HiSET, and TASC lead to the state’s HSE credential that will result in better job options and is your ticket to higher education. The HSE pathway will bring about a better life.

Four independent GED tests

The GED test is fully computer-based, and the TASC and HiSET are available in both a paper- and a computer-based format. GED testing occurs via four separate subtests, or modules, that may be taken separately, but within a time frame of two years. The GED tests are in Science, Math, Literacy, and Social Studies. TASC and HiSET exams include five tests; the Literacy section has separate reading and writing tests.

GED Requirements in California

Vallejo HSE prep locations

Solano Community College – Project HYPE *)
545 Columbus Pkwy – Vallejo – California 94591 – Ph: (707) 864-7171

Vallejo Regional Career Center
2833 Tennessee St – Vallejo – California 94591 – Ph: (707) 556-5620

Vallejo Regional Education Center
436 Del Sur St – Vallejo – CA 94591 – Ph: (707) 556-8850

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Prep sites around Vallejo (cities by alphabet)

GED Requirements in California

Benicia Adult Education
350 East K St – Benicia – California 94510 – Ph: (707) 745-1882

Benicia Library
150 East L St – Benicia – California 94510 – Ph: (707) 746-4341

Concord Career Center GED Instruction
4071 Port Chicago Hwy – Ste 250 – Concord – California 94520 – Ph: (925) 671-4500
See all Concord options here

Armijo Ad. School HSE Classes
824 Washington St – Fairfield – California 94533 – Ph: (707) 438-3378
All Fairfield options are listed here

Napa Library HSE Instruction
580 Coombs St – Napa – California 94559 – Ph: (707) 253-4283
For all Napa prep facilities click here

GED Requirements in California

Vallejo area HSE testing centers

Fairfield-Suisun Ad. HSE testing
900 Travis Blvd, Fairfield, California 94533, Ph: (707) 421-4155

Napa Valley College HSE testing
2277 Napa Vallejo Hwy, Napa, California 94558, Ph: (707) 253-3270

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GED Requirements in California

GED-TASC-HiSET preparation

GED-TASC-HiSET preparation classes include regular practice testing to see o what sectors candidates must focus on, to measure their progress, and to make them familiar with taking tests on a computer. The GED, HiSET, and TASC programs are created with students at heart and to train candidates to continue their academic education and find good employment that comes with better wages. Use also these GED-HiSET-TASC video classes to get optimally prepared.

Online TASC-HiSET-GED testing?

You cannot take the GED, TASC, or HiSET over the internet, and websites that tell a different story are fraudulent. You are required to visit a state-designated test center to take the tests in person, there is simply NO online HSE testing option.

*) Project HYPE

Project HYPE (Helping Youth to Prepare to Excel) is an initiative of the Solano County Workforce Investment Board (WIB), together with Solano Community College, and is set up to prepare young people without a high school diploma to take the HSE exam successfully.

HYPE is offering mentoring, various workshops, and work experience projects. It is the objective of the HYPE program that when young people successfully complete the program, they consider signing up with Solano Community College. HYPE is a government-funded program that started just a few years ago that aims at supporting young people in their efforts to succeed in their education.

Most of the help HYPE provides is for GED applications, and an orientation test is arranged to assess an applicant’s strengths and weaknesses in which specific subject fields. Then the applicant is assigned to a tutor at one of Solano county’s libraries or at other locations. HYPE is providing Math and Literacy tutoring, but candidates can also get assistance in Social Studies and Science.

HYPE does more than only providing educational support, it also manages work experience projects. WIB teams up with local businesses to employ participating students and this way they gain work experience, while at the same time earn their income. Participating students will have half a year to get ready for the HSE exam (or high school exit exam if they qualify). In these six months, they will be assessed and their progress will be monitored. Students who are not successful at the HSE exam can have their time extended up to one year. The success rate of the HYPE project is 50 percent, and the project includes some 30 active participants.

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