Posted here are all GED® prep classes locations and GED testing centers in the Victorville, California, region.
At these sites, committed instructors will get you all set to take on the High School Equivalency (HSE) Exam with success. California welcomed the new GED exam in 2014 to measure its residents’ high school equivalent knowledge and skills.
Besides the GED exam offers California also two alternative programs for this purpose – the TASC exam and the HiSET. Be aware that testing centers can decide for themselves which one (or all three) of the options they will use, so you need to check with a center near you for details.
GED passing score
For qualification regulations and a list of all California testing centers go to GED in California and take also advantage of these practice tests for your GED exam. The GED passing score was early 2016 adjusted from 150 to 145 points for each of the four tests. You can read all about this crucial move in our GED news pages.
Victorville GED prep classes
Victor Valley Adult Education
16350 Mojave Dr, Victorville, CA 92392, Ph: 760 – 955-3201 ext. 10242
Options for Youth Charter School
14196 Amargosa Rd, Suite C, Victorville, CA 92392, Ph: 760 – 241-6546
Victorville Career Institute
15431 Anacapa Rd, Suite 1, Victorville, CA 92392, Ph: 760 – 780-0341
Community Health Action Network (CHAN) *)
15000 Seventh St, Suite 208 – G, Victorville, CA 92395, Ph: 760 – 241-9900
High Desert One Stop TAY Center
14360 St. Andrews Dr, Ste 11, Victorville, CA 92395, Ph: 760 – 245-4695
Victor Valley College
18422 Bear Valley Road, Victorville, CA 92395, Ph: 760 – 245-4271 ext. 2685
Locations around Victorville (cities by alphabet)
Apple Valley Adult Education
13063 Pawnee Road, Apple Valley, CA 92308, Ph: 760 – 240-4252 ext. 111 (GED/HiSET)
Baker Valley Unified School Adult Education
72100 School House Ln, Baker, CA 92309, Ph: 760 – 733-4567
Barstow Adult School
430 S First Ave, Barstow, CA 92311 Ph: 760 – 255-6131
Barstow Adult Evening School
551 South Avenue H, Barstow, CA 92311, Ph: 760 – 255-6131
St. Pauls Episcopal Church
516 E Williams St, Barstow, CA 92312, Ph: 760 – 256-4400
Read To Learn Adult Literacy Program
41930 Garstin Dr, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315, Ph: 909 – 866-4512
Big Bear Career Center
572 Knickerbocker Rd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315, Ph: 909 – 866-2624
Silver Valley Adult Education
33525 Ponnay St, Daggett, CA 92327, Phone: 760 – 254-2715
Hesperia Adult School
16527 Lemon St, Hesperia, CA 92345, Ph: 760 – 244-1771 ext. 110
300 S State Hwy 173 (Above 7-11), Lake Arrowhead, CA 92321, Ph: 909 – 744-8083
Adult Education Center
44815 North Fig Ave (Ste 125) – Lancaster – California 93534, Ph: 661 – 524.8119
Check out more Lancaster region HSE prep courses at Lancaster GED Classes
Mountain View Adult School
8560 Aliento Rd, Lucerne Valley, CA 92356, Ph: 760 – 248-2408
Lucerne Valley Adult School
10788 Barstow Rd, Lucerne Valley, CA 92356, Ph: 760 – 248-7659
Snowline Adult Education (HiSET)
9298 Sheep Creek Road, Phelan, CA 92371, Ph: 760 – 868-5817 ext. 10390
Snowline Adult Education is located behind Pinon Mesa Middle School
Cerro Coso Comm. Coll. Indian Wells Valley campus
3000 College Heights Boulevard – Ridgecrest – California 93555 – Ph: 760 . 384 . 6380
The school’s Learning Assistance Center (situated on the 2nd floor of the Learning Resource Center – room 704) and the school’s campuses at KRV and ESCC campuses at Mammoth and Bishop provide GED preparation classes. Cerro Coso Community College offers also an online HSE prep course (EDUC C005), to provide additional support to help students pass the exam.
Literacy Council of Indian Wells Valley HSE Classes
1260 Sage Court, Ridgecrest, California 93555, Phone: 760 – 446.5227
TAY Center San Bernardino
700 East Gilbert St, San Bernardino, California 92415, Ph: 909-387-7194
All San Bernardino locations can be found at San Bernardino GED Classes
Silver Valley Adult Education Yermo
35484 Daggett-Yermo Rd, Yermo, CA 92398, Phone: 760 – 254-2715
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Victorville area GED testing centers
Hesperia Adult School
16527 Lemon Street, Hesperia – CA 92345, Ph: 760 – 244-1771 ext. 110
Snowline Adult Education HiSET tesing
9298 Sheep Creek Road, Phelan, CA 92371, Ph: 760 – 868-5817 ext. 10390
Cerro Coso CC Pearson VUE testing Center
3000 College Heights Boulevard, Ridgecrest, California 93555, Ph: 760 . 384 . 6209
San Bernardino Adult School
1200 N.E. Street, San Bernardino – CA 92405, Phone: 909 – 388-6000
The GED exam – who is it for?
The GED, HiSET, and TASC programs are specially developed for people who no longer attend high school and did not receive a diploma, possibly for reasons that they dropped out of high school, that they were incarcerated, or because they joined the military. The new GED exam is offered nationwide and is not tied to a particular state, but more and more states make the switch to the cheaper alternatives that are also offered on paper.
To be eligible to sit for the GED, HiSET, or TASC exam, you must be no younger than 18 years old, but for 16 and 17-year-olds there are specific requirements. The new GED exam is very different from the former (2002 series) version and students were not able anymore to transfer earlier results to the new assessment system.
The purpose of the GED exam
The purpose of the GED program is to offer an opportunity for adults to acquire a credential that is the equivalency of a high school degree. The all-new GED (General Education Development) program is guiding you towards your High School Equivalency diploma which is accepted by virtually all US official institutions, training schools, employers, universities, and colleges.
The four GED tests
The GED exam grades candidates on four subject areas: literacy, mathematics, science, and social studies. The 2014 series of the GED exam has only a few multiple choice questions left, most answers must be essay-styled. Registration has become simple. The new GED exam is fully computerized and if you visit GED.com you will be guided completely through the process. The new GED exam is not offered in a paper-based format anymore, everything must be done on a computer and at an approved testing center (please bring a current photo-ID). More than ever before, getting properly prepared is imminent.
The GED exam – what’s new
The GED exam has totally changed. Restructuring the exam was needed to make sure that it would remain (or get back) in line with industry and university standards and requirements, and the new GED exam harmonizes better again with needs and practices of these sectors.
The new GED exam is now fully computer-formatted and is better focusing on teaching the students the skills and knowledge required by employers. Students will be far better prepared to function well in the modern-day work environment. You now have the possibility to sit for (and pay for) one of the GED tests at a time. Prepare for one part, pass that test, and go on to the next part.
The GED exam did away with most multiple-choice questions and is now almost entirely essay-based. This way, students will also be better prepared for attending courses at university or college successfully. There are more than 4,1 million available but unfillable jobs in the USA, for the greater part jobs that call for a secondary education degree (HS or GED diploma). The nation just doesn’t produce enough qualified people, so take your chances and go for your GED diploma and get hold of one of these jobs.
GED-HiSET-TASC passing score
Going for your GED diploma is the first step to a nicer future. With a brand new assessment system comes a brand new judging and scoring format. The new GED passing score was at first 150 on a scale 100 – 200. This was adjusted in early 2016, and now the required score on every one of the four subject fields is 145.
The GED program now lets you take one of the 4 tests (modules) at the moment you feel sufficiently prepared, and your test results are valid for two years. This does not apply to TASC and HiSET. To pass the TASC, your result on each of the five subject field tests need to be between 500 and 800, and an essay score between 2 and 8 is also required. To take the HiSET successfully, your score on each subtest must be between 8 and 20, your essay result between 2 and 6, and your total score in the 45-100 range.
Online GED testing?
Though preparing for the GED/TASC/HiSET exam is perfectly okay, you need to come to a state-approved GED testing site if you want to earn your GED credential, there just is NO other way. Internet sites that want to make you believe something else are fraudulent and their documents are worthless. Employers and schools will definitely not accept these fake diplomas, a waste of your money.
Community-Health-Action-Network (CHAN) in Victorville receives a $5,000 grant for its GED preparation program. The grant is awarded by the Bank of America Charitable Foundation to support the program that provides also job readiness skills training to low-income residents who successfully completed the GED exam. These job readiness classes will support them to enter the workforce more smoothly. The agency is excited to be recognized by Bank of America for the importance offering educational instruction and workforce development training to the High Desert area.
It is the GED program’s goal to reduce under- and unemployment, and to boost the job readiness of the residents of the communities of Victorville and surrounding High Desert area. CHAN’s GED preparation program is set up as a 13-week long workshop where applicants can use computer programs to get optimally prepared to sit for the GED examination.
CHAN is a non-profit agency that was founded in 2007, and it is the organization’s mission to provide health-related education and activities for low-income and at-risk groups. At the moment, CHAN organizes four programs for the High Desert area, including a GED preparation program for Victorville, Apple Valley, Hesperia, and Barstow.