This page includes a full listing of GED® prep locations and testing sites in the Zanesville area. In Ohio, you have two options for HSE (high school equivalency) testing, the GED and HiSET exams.
HiSET and GED testing can be done online or at official Ohio HSE test centers.
HSE testing is for persons who quit high school before graduating and gives them the opportunity to earn an equivalent credential.
HSE testing occurs at a level similar to what students are required to command when they graduate high school.
The GED is fully computerized and includes four testing fields: Literacy, Math, Science, and Social Studies.
You have the option to sit for the four GED subtests one at a time. The HiSET subtests may also be dealt with separately.
The HiSET exam includes five subtests. Their Literacy section has separate tests in writing and reading.
In earlier days, taking the HSE exam over the internet was never possible. But now, we have seen the launch of both an online HiSET and GED testing option. Learn more at the bottom of this post.
Zanesville GED prep locations
Mid-East Career & Technology Centers
400 Richards Rd – Zanesville – OH 43701 – Phone: 740-454-7242
Mideast offers free instruction to residents of Guernsey, Monroe, Muskingum, Morgan, Noble, and Perry counties. The classes start monthly.
Metro Family & Technology Center HSE Program
863 Durban Dr – Zanesville – OH 43701 – Phone: 740-454-7242
Zanesville Adult Education (Zane State College)
1555 Newark Rd – Zanesville – OH 43701 – Phone: 740-588-4148
Zanesville Metropolitan Housing Authority Resident Services
407 Pershing Rd – Zanesville – OH 43701 – Phone: 740-452-5463
Zanesville One-Stop Career Center
445 Woodlawn Ave – Zanesville – OH 43701 – Phone: 740-454-6211
Muskingum County Jail HSE Program
28 N 4th St – Zanesville – OH 43701 – Phone: 740-455-7133
This GED program is not available to the public
Locations around Zanesville (cities by alphabet)
Noble County Library
40780 Marietta Rd – Caldwell – OH 43724 – Phone: 740-454-7242
Guernsey County Literacy Council
128 E 8th St – Cambridge – OH 43725 – Phone: 740-439-3558 ext. 239
Willet-Pratt Education Center
9900 Brick Church Rd – Cambridge OH 43725 – Phone: 740-454-7242
Central Ohio Tech
200 N Whitewoman St – Coshocton – OH 43812 – Phone: 740-364-9676
Coshocton County Department of Jobs & Families
725 Pine Street – Coshocton, Ohio 43812 – Phone: 740.295.7523
Morgan County Learning Ctr (Washington State)
4277 State Road 376 – McConnelsville – OH 43756 – Phone: 740-568-1960
C-TEC Career & Technology Ctr
150 Price Rd – Newark – OH 43055 – Phone: 740-364-2263
Central Ohio Tech
1179 University Dr – Newark – OH 43055 – Phone: 740-366-1351
101 W Main St – Newark – OH 43055 – Phone: 740-349-5553
Licking County Day Reporting Program GED Classes
2 N 1st St – Newark – OH 43055 – Phone: 740-670-5730
Lincoln Adult Ed. Center TASC Classes
3010 Murdoch Ave – Parkersburg – WV 26101 – Phone: 304-420-9508
See all Parkersburg area prep sites here
Mid-East Career & Technology Ctr (Buffalo Campus)
57090 Vocational Rd – Senecaville – OH 43780 – Phone: 740-454-7242
Is a GED prep facility not included? Do we need to make adjustments? Please inform us here on this contact page. Thank you.
To learn all about eligibility criteria, go to GED OH testing criteria.
Zanesville area GED test centers
After Zanesville, Cities in Alphabetical Order
Mid-East CTC HiSET/GED Testing
400 Richards Rd, Zanesville, Ohio 43701, Phone: 740-455-3111
Guernsey County Public Library (HiSET)
100 Glass Ave, Byesville, Ohio 43723, Phone: 740-455-3111
Central Ohio Tech GED Testing
200 North Whitewoman St, Coshocton, Ohio 43812, Phone: 740-622-1408
Washington County Career Center (GED or HiSET)
21740 State Route 676, Marietta, Ohio 45750, Phone: 740-373-6283
Morgan County Learning Center (HiSET)
4277 Route 376 NW, McConnelsville, OH 43756, Phone: 740-455-3111
C-TEC HiSET or GED Testing
150 Price Rd, Newark, Ohio 43055, Phone: 740-364-2333/2832
AlphaLink Technologies GED Testing
1496 West Main St, Newark, Ohio 43055, Phone 740-788-9000
The GED – Who is it for?
The GED (General Education Development) test is intended for adults who don’t have a high school diploma, and who would like to get a comparable diploma. The certificate that you are given upon completing the Ohio GED exam is generally accepted as equivalent to a high school diploma by all US government institutions, businesses, and institutions of higher education.
The GED exam focuses on primary knowledge that high school students must command upon graduation. No longer is there any need to take all four GED tests (modules) in one session. You have the option to prepare and pay for one of the four tests at a time. So prepare for one test, pass that section, and go on to the next subtest.
Welcoming online HiSET and GED options
It used to be that students looking to earn a high school equivalency diploma always had to show up personally at an official Ohio HSE testing facility. Online testing was simply never offered. But now, we’ve seen the introduction of both a GED and a HiSET online testing option.
Last Updated on January 8, 2021.