In this post, you can find all GED prep classes and testing sites in the Fremont area. The state of California is using the GED test for its high school equivalency testing program.
Additionally, California is using the HiSET exam for this purpose.
The HiSET® and GED® tests are now available online as well for qualifying candidates. Read more below.
The exams are for individuals who never finished high school and provide one more chance to earn an equivalent degree.
The GED and HiSET exams measure knowledge in basic subjects at a level that high school students must command upon graduation.
The GED is fully computer-based and comes with four subtests (modules) that need to be completed separately.
The GED subtests are in Math, Literacy, Science, and Social Studies.
The HiSET is offered in both paper-based and computer-formatted versions and has five subtests that are modular as well.
The HiSET exam comes with two separate Literacy tests, one in writing and one in reading.
Not all testing sites administer both options so get properly informed!
Fremont GED prep sites
Alameda County Library (Online Resources)
2450 Stevenson Blvd | Fremont | CA 94538 | Phone: (510) 745-1484
Fremont Adult and Continuing Education (FACE)
4700 Calaveras Ave | Fremont | CA 94538 | Phone: (510) 793-6469/6465
Over the past decades, numerous adults from the Fremont area have benefited from the school’s Adult Education programs. The school offers courses to enhance basic English, classes to get ready for the HiSET or GED exam, and provides education for those who want a career change.
Ohlone Community College (Ed2Go Online Course)
43600 Mission Blvd | Fremont | CA 94539 | Ph: (510) 659-6000
3100 Mowry Ave | Suite 102 | Fremont | CA 94538 | Ph: (510) 585-9201
Locations around Fremont
Hayward Adult School GED Instruction
22100 Princeton St | Hayward | CA 94541 | Ph: (510) 783.4001
For all GED classes in the Hayward area, <- check out this page
Project READ (Livermore Library)
1188 South Livermore Ave | Livermore | CA 94550 | Ph: (925) 373.5507
Livermore Adult Education GED Classes
1401 Almond Ave | Livermore | CA 94550 | Ph: (925) 606.4722
Sequoia District Adult School
3247 Middlefield Road | Menlo Park | California 94025 | Ph: (650) 306.8866
JobTrain GED Classes
1200 O’Brien Drive | Menlo Park | California 94025 | Ph: (650) 330.6429
Milpitas Adult Education
1331 E Calaveras Blvd | Milpitas | California 95035 | Ph: 408.635.2692 ext. 4501
Newark Adult Education
35753 Cedar Boulevard | Newark | CA 94560 | Ph: 510.818.3700/3702
Palo Alto Adult Education
50 Embarcadero Road | Palo Alto | CA 94301 | Ph: 650.329.3752
Pleasanton Adult & Career Education
4665 Bernal Avenue | Pleasanton | CA 94566 | Ph: 925.463.0616
Sylvan Satellite (@Double Tree by Hilton)
9050 Johnson Drive | Pleasanton | CA 94588 | Ph: 510.585.9201
Campbell Adult Education Center
1224 Del Mar Ave | San Jose | California 95128 | Ph: 408.626.3402
You can see all San Jose area GED prep locations <- here
New Haven Adult School
725 Whipple Rd | West Wing | Union City | CA 94587 | Phone: 510.489.2185
New Haven Adult School is located on the Barnard-White Middle School campus.
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Fremont area GED testing centers
After Fremont, Cities in Alphabetical Order
Fremont Adult Education GED Testing
4700 Calaveras Ave | Room 23 | Fremont | California 94538 | Phone: 510.793.6465
Livermore Adult Education GED Testing
1401 Almond Ave | Livermore | California 94550 | Phone: 925.606.4722
Milpitas Adult Education HiSET Testing
1331 E Calaveras Blvd | Milpitas | California 95035 | Phone: 408.635.2692
Pleasanton USD HiSET Test Center
4665 Bernal Ave | Pleasanton | California 94566 | Phone: 925.463.0616
East Side Adult Ed Center HiSET Testing
625 Educational Park Dr | San Jose | California 95133 | Phone: 408.928-9300
Click here to see -> all San Jose testing locations
You could also see -> San Mateo region GED Programs
Online GED or HiSET testing
The GED and HiSET exams can now be completed online as well. In the past, to acquire your HSE diploma, you had to appear at one of California’s testing centers and sit for the exam in person. That has changed.
If you want to learn more about the HiSET-at-Home online option, check out this article: The Online HiSET Test. If students want to qualify for online GED testing, they must first score “green” on the GED Ready® practice test. You can learn more here: The online proctored GED test.
In California, the GED program is open to adult learners 18 and older. When you are 16 or 17, you may qualify, but there are strict regulations.
You must, for example, be officially withdrawn from school requirements, and you must have parental consent, so contact a GED center near you. You won’t receive your diploma until your 18th birthday.
The GED exam price tag is $140 for the entire battery, but you can take (and pay for) 1 test at a time when you are ready ($35). The HiSET exam is a bit cheaper. You must be a California resident, cannot already have a secondary degree, and cannot be registered for any other school program.
GED and HiSET
Besides the GED exam offers California also an alternative method to assess its residents’ high school equivalency. California residents can additionally sit for the HiSET alternative.
The HiSET exam offers HSE testing on a computer and paper and contains five testing subjects as literacy is split up into a section reading and a section writing. The GED has four subtests and is fully computer-formatted.
By offering two testing options, California hopes to help more students that left high school without a diploma to get back to school to earn their secondary credential, and consequently will have better job options and can continue their academic education.
Last Updated on June 15, 2022.