This is an overview of all offered GED® class locations and testing sites in the Yuba City, California, region.
The latest edition (2014 Series) of the GED® exam measures skills and knowledge at the level that may be expected of graduating high school students. The GED has four individual subtests in Literacy, Social Studies, Math, and Science.
A better future
The GED (General Education Development) exam tests knowledge and skills that are needed to be successful in college and university, and that are requested by employers. The GED certificate is a great help for adults who did not complete the regular high school education, and the credential leads to better job options and allows for a college education.
The state of California also introduced the two nationwide accepted testing alternatives (the HiSET and the TASC examinations) for HSE (high school equivalency) testing. These two exams include five tests as the literacy part has a test on writing and one on reading. For eligibility criteria go to GED in California.
Yuba City GED prep facilities
Sutter County Free Library
750 Forbes Ave, Yuba City, CA 95991, Phone: (530) 822-7272 ext. 72
Sutter County One Stop
950 Tharp Rd, Suite 1000, Yuba City, CA 95992, Phone: (530) 822-5120
Sutter County Adult Education
256 Wilbur Avenue, Yuba City, CA 95992, Phone: (530) 822-5120
Bartelt Tutoring Service
950 Tharp Rd (Suite 1200-B), Yuba City, CA 95993, Phone: (530) 751-0625
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Locations around Yuba City (cities in alphabetical order)
Placer Adult School GED Classes
390 Finley St – Auburn – CA 95603 – Phone: (530) 885-8585
More Auburn facilities can be found here
Leaves of Learning
10087 La Porte Rd, Challenge, CA 95925, Phone: (530) 675-3000
Chico Unified School District
290 East Avenue, Chico, CA 95926, Phone: (530) 895-4182
CORE Butte CBHS Center
260 Cohasset Rd, Ste 120, Chico, CA 95926, Phone: (916) 657-5216
Four Winds Indian Education Center
2345 Fair St (Portable #5), Chico, CA 95928, Phone: (530) 895-4212
Colusa County Literacy Council
738 Market Street, Colusa, CA 95932, Phone: (530) 458-0373
Colusa COE Adult Education
345 Fifth Street, Suite D, Colusa, CA 95932, Phone: (530) 478-0350
Colusa County One-Stop
144 – 146 Market Street, Colusa, CA 95932, Phone: (530) 458-0326
Nevada Union Adult School
11761 Ridge Rd, Grass Valley, CA 95945, Phone: (530) 477-1225
See more Grass Valley options in this post
John Muir Charter School – Gridley Learning Center
1556 State Hwy 99, Gridley, CA 95948, Phone: (530) 846-1134 (Alternative HS track)
Gridley Adult School
581 B Jackson Street, Gridley, CA 95948, Phone: (530) 846-6721
Live Oak Adult Education HSE Program
2207 Pennington Road, Live Oak, CA 95953, Phone: (530) 695-5430
YouthBuild – Habitat for Humanity Yuba/Sutter
202 D Street, Marysville, CA 95901, Phone: (530) 742-2727
Yuba County Career Preparation Charter
1104 E St, Marysville, CA 95901, Phone: (530) 749-4000
Yuba County One Stop
1114 Yuba St, Marysville, CA 95901, Phone: (530) 749-4850
Orland Adult Literacy
333 Mill Street, Orland, CA 95963, Phone: (530) 865-1642
Oroville Adult Ed Career and Technical Center
2750 Mitchell Avenue, Oroville, CA 95966, Phone: (530) 538-5350 ext. 102
Butte Community College
3536 Butte Campus Drive, Oroville, CA 95965, Phone:(530) 895-0516
805 Elliott Road, Paradise, CA 95969, Phone: (530) 344-1396
CORE Butte Paradise Center
5665 Scottwood Road, Paradise, CA 95969, Phone: (916) 657-5216
Plumas Co. Literacy HSE Program
445 Jackson Street – Quincy – California 95971 – Phone: (530) 283-6413
Red Bluff Ad. Education HSE Classes
1135 Lincoln St – Red Bluff – California 96080 – Phone: (530) 527-5811
Find all Redding area HSE programs here: Redding area GED Classes
Elk Grove Community & Adult Education HSE Program
8401 B Gerber Road – Sacramento – CA 95828 – Phone: (916) 686-7717
See all HSE prep facilities in and around Sacramento here: Sacramento region GED prep locations
2665 Acacia Street – Sutter, CA 95982 – Phone: (530) 822-5161
Glenn County Literacy Projects – Willows Public Library
201 N Lassen Street, Willows, CA 95988, Phone: (530) 934-6906
Glenn County Literacy Projects
451 S Villa Avenue, Willows, CA 95988, Phone: (530) 934-6906
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Yuba City area GED testing sites
Placer Adult School GED testing
390 Finley St – Auburn – CA 95603 – Phone: (530) 885 . 8585
Chico UDS – Office of Alternative Education
290 East Ave – Room 20 – Chico – CA 95926 – Phone: (530) 895 . 4182
Sunrise Technical Ctr (San Juan USD )
7322 Sunrise Blvd – Citrus Heights – CA 95610 – Phone: (916) 971 . 7654
Yuba County Career Preparation Charter
1104 E St – Marysville – CA 95901 – Phone: (530) 749 . 4000
3536 Butte Campus Dr – Oroville – CA 95965 – Phone: (530) 895 . 0516
Fremont Ad. Education Ctr GED testing
2420 N St – Sacramento – CA 95816 – Phone: (916) 277 . 6620
Lower GED passing score
The four GED testing fields are Math, Science, Social Studies, and Literacy. At the beginning of 2016, the GED passing score was adjusted. It went down from 150 to 145 points per individual test, and all details are available on our news pages. You may also be interested in our free practice tests for your GED exam.
GED-HiSET-TASC passing score
The latest (2014) edition of the GED examination has a passing scale that runs from 100 – 200. You are (since early 2016) required to score no less than 145 points on each individual test, so your total score can not be less than 580 points. Averaging is not possible.
HiSET and TASC are scored differently. On the HiSET students must attain at least 8 out of 20 points (on each test), score at least 2 points (out of a possible 6) on their essay, and have a total score of at least 45 points. The TASC requires a 500 score on each of the five subject tests (out of a possible 800), and no less than 2 for the essay part.
Is the GED-TASC-HiSET offered online?
No, there is not an online option to earn your GED diploma. Though the new GED exam is entirely ‘digitalized’, you must appear at one of California’s designated GED testing sites and take the tests (one at a time, if you wish) in person. More and more websites try to make you think something different, but don’t get robbed by these con artists who only want to steal your dollars. The documents they issue have no value whatsoever and will not be accepted by colleges and employers!
The GED diploma
The GED program is especially for those adults who never finished high school and don’t hold a secondary education degree. The certificate that is awarded to successful GED students is accepted as the equivalency of a standard high school diploma by practically all U.S. and Canadian employers, government agencies, and schools of higher education.
The GED diploma indicates that you possess knowledge and master skills at the same level as graduating high school students. Again, be aware that the GED exam is not available over the internet, and you must show up personally at an official test center. In California, successful students will receive the California High School Equivalency Certificate.