This article is an overview of all GED testing facilities and prep class sites in the Burlington, Vermont, region. Vermont is using the GED exam for the state’s high school equivalency testing program.
In most states that are using the GED, the exam can be taken online (the Online Proctored, O.P. test) or at certified test centers.
The assessment provides persons who couldn’t graduate high school with another shot at acquiring an equivalent degree.
Testing is done at a level that’s comparable to that of graduating high school seniors.
The GED® test includes four individual, modular, independent subtests that measure a candidate’s knowledge of:
- Language Arts
- Social Studies
These four subtests can be completed separately and in any preferred order.
Until recently, online GED testing was not possible. You had to make a personal appearance at a designated testing center.
In most states, that has now changed with the arrival of an online GED testing option. To learn more, check the information at the bottom of this post.
To learn about Vermont qualification criteria, passing scores, or testing fees, go to this page: The Vermont GED Test.
Burlington GED Prep Locations
Chittenden County Adult Learning Center
29 Church Street, Suite 9, Burlington, Vermont 05401, Ph: (802) 846-7245
Take the entrance on Cherry Street (near the intersection of Church and Cherry, just east of the bus stop.
ReSOURCE YouthBuild Burlington
266 Pine Street, Burlington, Vermont 05401, Ph: (802) 658-4143 or (802) 857-4354
255 S Champlain Street (Suite 8), Burlington, Vermont 05401, Ph: (802) 846-7063
NOT a GED program, but Mercy Connections offers one-on-one tutoring for the U.S. Citizenship Test and lessons to enhance English language learning skills.
Locations around Burlington (Cities by Alphabet)
Vermont Adult Learning Ctr Colchester
462 Hegeman Drive, Colchester, Vermont 05446, Ph: (802) 846-7245 x 110
Sylvan Essex Junction
1 Market Place, Unit 10, Essex Junction, Vermont 05452, Ph: (802) 316-4711
Vermont Adult Learning
99 Maple Street, Ste 18, Middlebury, Vermont 05753, Ph: (802) 388-4392
Montpelier Adult Learning Center
100 State Street, Suite 3, Montpelier, Vermont 05602, Ph: (802) 223-3403
For more GED prep options in Montpelier, <- check here
1585 Military Turnpike, Plattsburgh, New York 12901, Ph: (518) 561-0430 ext. 3088
For all Plattsburgh area locations, visit Plattsburgh GED classes
Rutland Adult Learning Ctr GED prep Classes
16 Evelyn St, Ste 101, Rutland, Vermont 05701, Ph: (802) 775.0617
See all Rutland area locations here -> Rutland area GED classes
Franklin-Grand Isle Adult Learning GED Instruction
5 Lemnah Dr, St. Albans, Vermont 05478, Ph: (802) 524.9233
Northlands Job Corps Center
100A MacDonough Drive, Vergennes, Vermont 05491, Ph: (802) 877-2922
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Introducing Online GED Testing
Until recently, there was no way you could take the GED exam over the Internet. If you were looking to secure your GED diploma, you needed to show up personally at an official, state-designated GED testing facility.
Now, that has changed in most states with the introduction of an online GED testing option. A proctor will monitor online if your test-taking activities are in line with the regulations. If you want to get more information about this great development, visit Introducing the online GED test.
Go to GED in Vermont for eligibility requirements.
Burlington Area GED Testing Centers
Vermont Adult Learning Center-Burlington
29 Church Street (entrance is on Cherry), Burlington, Vermont 05401, Phone: (802) 846.7245
Vermont Adult Learning Center-St. Albans
5 Lemnah Drive, St. Albans, Vermont 05478, Phone: (802) 524-9233
Vermont Adult Learning-Addison
282 Boardman Street, Middlebury, Vermont 05753, Phone: (802) 388-4392
Champlain Valley Ed. Services
194 U.S. Oval, Plattsburgh, New York 12903, Ph: (518) 561-0430 ext 3088
The GED battery of four tests addresses the requirements of employers and colleges optimally. The GED (General Education Development) program is for adults who never completed high school.
The certificate you acquire when you pass the Vermont GED exam is accepted as equivalent to a common high school credential across North America. You don’t need to take the entire GED battery at once. You can take (and pay for) one test at a time.
The 4 GED Tests
To earn a GED certificate, candidates must pass four separate tests covering math, science, literacy (reading and writing), and social studies. The score necessary to pass is 145 on each of the four GED subject tests, so overall, you must score a total of 580 or more.
The passing score does not reflect a minimum level of academic achievement. In fact, the passing standard is set so that 40 percent of all high-school graduates would fail the GED test on the first try. The GED assessment system is designed to measure whether a student has mastered a level of knowledge comparable to that of high-school graduates.
Last Updated on November 7, 2023.