In this post, you can discover all GED prep sites and testing facilities in the Baytown region.
The GED test is given at official Texas testing facilities and online.
The exam offers persons who left high school prematurely the chance to acquire an equivalent degree.
The GED® exam does so through four independent subtests in Science, Social Studies, Literacy, and Math that may be taken one subtest at a time.
The GED is offered exclusively in a computer-based format and is available in English and Spanish.
In the past, online GED testing was not possible via the internet. Recently, however, we saw the launch of the online proctored GED testing option.
To learn all about the online GED testing option, go to the bottom of this page.
Baytown GED prep class locations
Baytown Learning Center
511 S Whiting Street | Baytown | TX 77520 | (713) 692.6216
Baytown Learning Center offers GED prep classes thanks to a partnership between Harris Co. Department of Education (Adult Basic Education Division) and Lee College.
Lee College Educational Opportunity Center (GED Referrals Only)
200 Lee Drive | Baytown | TX 77520 | (281) 427.5611
Lee College Ed2Go (Online Program)
200 Lee Drive | Baytown | TX 77520 | (713) 692.6216
Sylvan Baytown and Mont Belvieu
4804 East Freeway | Baytown | TX 77521 | (832) 514.7792
Eligible students can now take the GED exam for free, thanks to a TWC subsidy. You can learn more here about free GED testing for Texans.
GED prep classes around Baytown (cities by alphabet)
Chambers County Library in Anahuac
202 Cummings St | Anahuac | TX 77514 | (409) 267.8261
Beaumont Library (Maurine Gray Literacy Ctr)
801 Pearl St | Beaumont | TX 77701 | (409) 835-7924
See more Beaumont GED prep options <- in this post
Crosby Community Center
419 Hare Road | Crosby | TX 77532 | (281) 462.0543
Deer Park Library (Online Resources)
3009 Center Street | Deer Park | TX 77536 | (281) 478.7208
Galveston College GED Classes
4015 Avenue Q | Room N-347 | Galveston | Texas 77550 | (409) 933.8294
Check here for all -> Galveston GED prep locations
Houston Comm. Coll. GED Classes
3100 Main Street | Houston | TX 77002 | (713) 718.5400/5381
See all Houston area GED prep sites <- here
Lee College Education Center (LCEC)-South Liberty County
1715 TX-146 | Liberty | TX 77575 | (713) 692.6216
San Jacinto College
8060 Spencer Highway | Pasadena | TX 77505 | (281) 998-6150 x 2025
Check out all Pasadena GED prep options <- here
Harris County Public Library
2400 N Meyer Avenue | Seabrook | TX 77586 | (281) 474-9142
Sylvan Clear Lake & Webster
20814 Gulf Freeway | Suite 50 | Webster | TX 77598 | (713) 893-1539
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Introducing GED online testing
In the past, if you wanted to sit for the GED test, you had to appear, in person, at one of Texas’ state-approved HSE (high school equivalency) testing facilities. There simply was never an option to take one of the tests over the internet.
Now, however, that has changed with the introduction of the online proctored GED testing option. If you want to learn more about the online GED exam, visit ‘Welcoming online GED testing.’
Baytown area GED testing centers
The HiSET test is no longer available in Texas. In case a test center does NOT offer the GED exam, please inform us here. Thank you.
Lee College Testing Center (Rundell Hall, Room 211)
200 Lee Drive, Baytown, Texas 77520, 281.425.6430
Alvin Community College Testing Center (Building A)
3110 Mustang Road, Alvin, Texas 77511, 281.756.3526
University of Houston Clear Lake (Rm 1408, Bayou Bldg)
2700 Bay Area Blvd – Houston – Texas 77058 – 281-283-3083
Check here for all -> Houston GED Testing Centers
Pasadena Public Schools GED Testing
1838A E Sam Houston Parkway, Pasadena, Texas 77503, 713.740.0298
For all Pasadena GED Testing Sites, <- check here
Coll. of the Mainland GED Testing Center (Student Ctr, Bldg. 1)
1200 Amburn Rd – Texas City – Texas 77591 – 409-933-8676
GED and your future
The GED exam includes four separate tests on these subject fields: Literacy, Math, Science, and Social studies. Having the Texas high school equivalency diploma gives you the chance to develop fundamental skills and knowledge needed to secure a better income and a brighter future for you and your family, and allows for a college or university education.
The GED exam assesses knowledge and competencies applicants usually develop over four years of high school. The GED exam contains four independent tests that cover the fields of language arts, social studies, science, and math. The GED is modular: you can take one subtest (module) at a time.
GED testing occurs at a level similar to what can be expected of graduating HS seniors. So you bet it is pretty challenging, and some forty percent of all HS grads would not be able to get sufficient scores to pass the 4 modular exams on their first try! So you see, preparation is the key to your success.
Study material can be found at most bookstores and libraries, and most GED prep books include practice tests that help you determine if and when you’re ready to sit for the 4-module exam.
There are also some pretty good online prep courses (some at no cost), and you can also find lots of helpful information on the official GED website, GED.com.
You will have to set up your account at the portal MyGED, and then, you’ll have access to free practice tests and lots of information on the job market, colleges and their academic offerings, and much more.
You can also purchase the official GED Ready® practice test. There’s one GED Ready test for each module, and the price is $6.99. This official practice test gives you instant feedback, including diagnostic instructions about what topics or fields you should focus on in your studies.
Last Updated on June 19, 2022.