GED Classes Fairfield, California

In this article, we have listed all GED prep facilities and testing locations in the Fairfield area. California uses the entirely computer-based GED test for its High School Equivalency testing program.

Additionally, the state offers the HiSET exam for this purpose.

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The GED® and HiSET® exams may be taken online or at one of California’s state-approved testing facilities. Read more below.

The HSE program is for adult learners without a high school diploma and provides another chance to earn an equivalent degree.

The GED is fully computerized, whereas the HiSET exam is offered in both a paper-based and a computerized format.

Both HSE exams measure knowledge at a level that students must command after four years in high school.

The GED has four independent modules (subtests) in literacy, social studies, math, and science that can be taken separately.

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The HiSET has five subtests, as the literacy section has separate reading and writing tests. These five subtests can also be taken individually.

Fairfield GED prep classes

Fairfield-Suisun Adult School (Jan Hannigan Adult Education Center)
900 Travis Boulevard, Fairfield, CA 94533, Phone: 707-421-4155
Classes are provided by Solana Adult Education Consortium. GED classes are available at Benicia Unified School District, Fairfield-Suisun Adult School,  Vacaville Adult School, and Vallejo Regional Education Center.

Workforce Investment Board (Referral)
320 Campus Lane, Fairfield, CA 94534, Phone: 707-864-3370 or 707-863-3538

Sylvan Fairfield
5089 Business Center Drive, Suite 102, Fairfield, CA 94534, Phone: 707-398-2308

Claybank Detention Facility (Five Keys Schools & Programs)
2500 Clay Bank Road, Fairfield, CA 94533, Phone: 707-784-7190
Not available to the general public

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Locations around Fairfield (cities by alphabet)

Napa Valley Adult Education
1600 Lincoln Avenue, Napa, California 94558, Phone: 707.253.3594

Napa Library Literacy Center (Online Resources)
580 Coombs Street, Napa, California 94559, Phone: 707.253.4283

Napa Sylvan Learning Center
2493 Solano Avenue, Napa, California 94558, Phone: 707.927.1222

VOICES Napa
780 Lincoln Avenue, Napa, California 94558, Phone: 707.251.9432

River Delta USD-Wind River Adult Ed.
445 Montezuma St, Rio Vista, California 94571, Phone: 707-374-1730

Santa Rosa Junior Coll. GED Instruction
1501 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa, California 95401, Phone 707.527.4834 or 4685
For all Santa Rosa area locations go to -> Santa Rosa GED Courses

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Vacaville Adult School
188-B Bella Vista Road, Vacaville, CA 95687, Phone: 707.453.6018
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Vallejo Regional Ed. Center GED Instruction
436 Del Sur Street, Vallejo, CA 94591, Phone 707.556.8850
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Fairfield area GED testing centers

Fairfield-Suisun Ad. School | GED testing Center
900 Travis Blvd | Fairfield | CA 94533 | Ph: 707.421.4155

Napa Valley College | GED Testing
2277 Napa Vallejo Hwy | Napa | CA 94558 | Ph: 707.256.7434

Napa Valley Adult Ed. | GED or HiSET Testing
1600 Lincoln Ave | Napa | CA 94558 | Ph: 707.253.3594

McPherson Elementary (HiSET)
2670 Yajome St | Napa | CA 94558 | Ph: 707.527.4978

Vaca Valley Adult School | HiSET Testing
2100 Peabody Rd | Vacaville | CA 95696 | Ph: 707.451.0182 ext. 4104

Regional Education Center | HiSET Testing
436 Del Sur St | Vallejo | CA 94591 | Ph: 707.556.8850

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Online GED and HiSET exam

The HiSET and GED tests can now be taken online as well. It used to be that if you wanted to earn your HSE credential, you had to appear, in person, at a state-approved test center. Now, that has changed.

To read all about the online “HiSET-At-Home” option, check this post: Online HiSET Test. To learn more about the online proctored GED exam, go to this article: The Online Proctored GED Test.

The GED exam

The GED (General Educational Development) exam is a series of four independent tests that measure the academic skills, knowledge, and development of adults who did not complete their high school training. The GED credential is accepted as the equivalency of a high school diploma that is necessary for most employment options.

The GED credential also satisfies entrance requirements for community colleges, vocational schools, and universities. The HiSET exam comes with separate reading and writing tests (so five in total) and serves the same purpose. You may very well benefit from the totally free practice tests for your GED HiSET exam that are offered on this website.

GED testing eligibility criteria

To be eligible to take the HSE exam in California, an applicant needs to be a California resident, but members of the armed forces stationed in California also qualify.

Candidates must be at least 18 years old and not be engaged in another school program. Those who are 17 must have been out of school for no less than 60 days and provide a request letter indicating the need to sit for the exam from the military, from a college or university, or from an employer.

If you are 17 when you pass the HSE exam, you will not receive your equivalency diploma until your 18th birthday. For the remaining period, you will receive a letter of intent stating that your certificate is held until your 18th birthday.

HiSET and GED passing score

The HiSET exam includes five tests (the literacy section is divided into writing and reading parts), is slightly cheaper than the GED exam, and is available in paper and computer versions, while the GED exam is only offered on computer. The passing score on each GED subtest is 145 (measured on a 100-200 scale), so you must attain at least 580 points overall.

The HiSET has a scoring scale of 20 points on each test, and the minimally required score is 8; your essay score must be at least 2 (out of 6), and your overall score needs to be at least 45.

Last Updated on June 15, 2022.