On this page, you can discover all GED prep locations and testing sites in the Woodward region. Oklahoma uses the GED for High School Equivalency testing and also welcomed the HiSET exam for this purpose.
Both the GED exams can be taken online or at one of Oklahoma’s state-recognized test centers.
The assessments offer persons without a high school diploma the opportunity to earn an equivalent degree.
The GED® is fully computer-based, while the HiSET® comes in both paper-based and computerized formats.
Both tests measure knowledge at a level similar to what graduating high school students are expected to command.
The GED exam has four independent modules (subtests) that may be dealt with separately.
The four GED modules are in the fields of Literacy, Social Studies, Math, and Science.
The HiSET exam contains five tests (individual writing and reading tests) that can be taken separately as well.
In the past, dealing with both exams over the Internet was never an option. But now, with the launch of online GED and HiSET test options, that has changed. For more information, check the bottom of this post.
Woodward GED Prep Facilities
Woodward High School GED Classes
2406 13th Street – Woodward – OK 73801 – Phone: (580) 256.6063 ext. 3462
Northwest Literacy Council
1500 Main Street – Woodward – OK 73801 – Phone: (580) 254.8582
Locations Around Woodward (Cities By Alphabet)
Northwest Technology Center-Alva
1801 11th. St – Alva – OK 73717 – Phone: (580) 327.0344
Elk City Adult Education
501 North Oliver Ave – Elk City – OK 73644 – Phone: (580) 225-4154
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Northwest Technology Center-Fairview
801 Vo-Tech Dr – Fairview – OK 73737 – Phone: (580) 227.3708
William Key Correctional Center GED Program
1 William S Key Blvd – Fort Supply – OK 73841 – Phone: (580) 766-2224
Not open to the public
Frank Phillips College-Allen Campus
2314 S Jefferson St – Perryton – TX 79070 – Phone: (806) 648.1450
Watonga Adult Learning Center
1020 North Weigle Ave – Watonga – OK 73772 – Phone: (580) 623.7364
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Introducing Online GED, HiSET Testing
Students who wanted to earn their HSE (high school equivalency) credentials were required to appear in person, at one of Oklahoma’s official HSE testing sites. Online HSE testing just didn’t exist.
Now, however, we saw the introduction of online proctored HiSET and GED testing options as well, so all of that has now changed in most U.S. states.
If you want to read more about the new online HiSET exam, go to ‘Launching the online HiSET test,’ and for information about the online GED testing option, check out: ‘Introducing the online GED exam.’
GED Testing Sites In The Woodward Area
From Woodward, Cities by Alphabet
High Plains Technology Center-Woodward (GED)
3921 34th Street, Woodward, Oklahoma 73801, Ph (580) 571-6129/256-6618
Autry Technology Center (GED Testing)
1201 W Willow Road, Enid, Oklahoma 73703, Ph (580) 242-2750
Enid Public Schools (HiSET Testing)
600 W Elm Avenue, Enid, Oklahoma 73701, Ph (580) 366-7200
Elk City Regional Learning Center (HiSET)
501 North Oliver Ave, Elk City, Oklahoma 73644, Phone (580) 225.4154
Seward Co. Community College (GED)
1801 N Kansas Avenue, Liberal, Kansas 67905, Ph (620) 417-1042
Frank Phillips College (GED Testing)
2314 S Jefferson Street, Perryton, Texas 79070, Ph (806) 648-1450
Southwestern Oklahoma State (N/A)
100 Campus Avenue, Weatherford, Oklahoma 73096, Ph (580) 774-7084
Southwestern Oklahoma State (GED Testing)
1001 N 7th Street, Weatherford, Oklahoma 73096, Ph (580) 774-3084
Applicants in Oklahoma who are 16 and 17 are required to present a release form that can be obtained from the Oklahoma State website. This release form needs to be completed by the applicant, a parent or guardian, and the high school the applicant last attended. Don’t forget to bring a valid photo ID on test day.
For preparation at a physical class location, check out the classes listed above, or if you are well-disciplined and don’t have time or don’t feel comfortable in a classroom setting, sign up for an online GED prep course like the accredited GED course created by Onsego.
The GED passing score is 145 points on a 100 – 200 scale. Oklahoma also introduced an alternative high school equivalency test, the HiSET. This test is offered on paper and on a computer, whereas the GED is only available on a computer. The HiSET test is slightly cheaper as well and comes with a different scoring system.