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GED Classes Walnut Creek, California

This article contains a full listing of GED® preparatory class locations and testing centers in the Walnut Creek, California, region.

The totally computerized GED® exam is actually a set of four individual “General Education Development” subtests that can be taken independently yet within two years. The GED test is internationally recognized at one of the best tests to measure basic knowledge and competencies at a level that high school students must command when they graduate.

Multiple test options

California additionally implemented the alternative HSE tests HiSET and TASC. Test facilities decide which of the three options they administer so get informed to avoid disappointment. The HSE exam is intended for adults 18 and older who quit high school before graduating and successful applicants receive the California High School Equivalency Certificate. Go to GED in California for eligibility requirements.

Lowered GED passing score

If you want information about the lowered GED passing score that was lowered from 150 to 145, check out this GED News page. TASC and HiSET exams have their own different scoring methods. Just about all U.S. employers and schools of higher education recognize the HSE diploma in the same way as a standard high school diploma. Check also these free practice tests towards the HSE exam.

GED Requirements in California

Walnut Creek GED prep facilities

Acalanes Adult Ed. Center HSE Classes 
1963 Tice Valley Boulevard | Walnut Creek | CA 94595 | Ph: (925) 280.3980 (x 8001)

Huntington Education Ctr 
1399 Ygnacio Valley Road | Suite 8 | Walnut Creek | CA 94598 | Ph: (925) 944.8774

Have we overlooked a HSE prep facility? Are adjustments required? Please inform by using this contact form.

Prep sites around Walnut Creek (cities in alphabetic order)

GED Requirements in California

San Ramon Valley Adult Basic Education HSE Classes
699 Old Orchard Drive | Danville | CA 94526 | Ph: (925) 837.9452

Oakland Youth Employment Partnership HSE Instruction
2300 International Boulevard | Oakland | CA 94601 | Ph: (510) 533.3447
More Oakland area prep sites are found on this page

Contra Costa Public Library (Project Second Chance)
1750 Oak Park Boulevard | Pleasant Hill | CA 94523 | Ph: (925) 927.3250

Pleasant Hill Adult Education
1 Santa Barbara Road | Pleasant Hill | CA 94523 | Phone: (925) 937.1530

GED Requirements in California

Walnut Creek area test centers

Acalanes Adult School HSE testing
1963 Tice Valley Boulevard | Walnut Creek | CA 94595 | Ph: (925) 280.3980

San Ramon Valley Adult Education
699 Old Orchard Drive | Danville | CA 94526 | Ph: (925) 837.9452

West Contra Costa Adult Education
6028 Ralston Avenue | Richmond | CA 94805 | Ph: (510) 215.4666

Have we overlooked a HSE prep facility? Are adjustments required? Please inform by using this contact form.

The GED exam – what’s new

Some very big changes were made to the GED exam and if you are planning on taking the test you should be aware of all these big changes. The most significant change to the GED exam (a 4-test series) is that it is no longer completed on paper. It is now computer based in its entirety. You can also take (and pat for) one of the four subtests at a time, and scores stand for two years from your first registration.

No interruptions when learning for your GED

There are only few things that obstruct your performance as quickly and surely as distraction. When you can not concentrate and focus properly, you can not get things done. Even when you do accomplish at least something, it might feel frustrating. It doesn’t matter if you’re working r at school, getting rid of distractions that influence your capacity to be effective will surely help you to get more done. Stay concentrated, the advantages of a GED certificate are obvious: finding a (better) job is much easier,  your self-esteem will get a boost too, since you’ll be proud of what you did, and your GED degree gives you the chance to go on and study at colleges and universities.