GED Classes Janesville, Wisconsin

This article includes a full listing of GED test sites and prep classes in the Janesville region. Wisconsin uses the GED exam for its high school equivalency testing program.

The GED exam can be taken online or at one of Wisconsin’s official GED testing facilities.

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The exam offers people who did not graduate high school the chance to earn an equivalent degree.

The GED® test contains four subtests that cover the fields of Science, Literacy, Social Studies, and Math.

These subtests (or modules) don’t need to be taken at the same time; you can prepare for and take one at a time.

The GED exam is quite challenging. It takes place at a level that compares to what graduating high school seniors must command.

Until recently, there was no online GED test. You were required to come to a state-approved Wisconsin GED test center to sit for the four subtests in person.

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Well, that has changed now with the introduction of the online proctored GED testing option. Learn more below.

Wisconsin GED test-takers must take and pass a 100-question Civics exam as well.

Janesville GED prep locations

Blackhawk Technical College-Central Campus
6004 S County Rd G, Janesville, Wisconsin 53547, Phone: (608) 757-7666 or (608) 758-6900

The Literacy Connection
20 S Main St, Suite 5, Janesville, Wisconsin 53545, Phone: (608) 756-3125

Rock County Job Center
1900 Center Ave, Janesville, Wisconsin 53546, Phone: (608) 741-3400

Project Ahead (the University of Wisconsin-Rock County)
2909 Kellogg Ave, Janesville, Wisconsin 53546, Phone: (608) 758-6565 ext. 260

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Locations around Janesville (cities by alphabet)

Blackhawk Tech-Beloit
600 Henry Ave, Beloit, Wisconsin 53511, Phone (608) 757.7741/7669

Stateline Literacy Council GED Tutoring
605 Eclipse Blvd, Beloit, Wisconsin 53511, Phone (608) 362.5207

Even Start Family Literacy GED Classes
1717 Hackett St, Beloit, Wisconsin 53511, Phone (608) 361.1905

Community Action Pathways Program (20 Eclipse Center)
600 Henry Ave, Beloit, Wisconsin 53511, Phone (608) 313.1300

Project Ahead (the University of Wisconsin)
1221 Henry Ave, Beloit, Wisconsin 53511, Phone (608) 364-3024

Walworth County Literacy Council
400 County Rd H, Elkhorn, Wisconsin 53121, Phone: (262) 475-9180
In collaboration with Gateway Technical College, the Walworth County Literacy Council (WCLC) offers help for students preparing for the GED exam. Students meet with their tutors on a regular basis at a public library to improve their skills.

Gateway Technical College-Elkhorn
400 County Rd H, Elkhorn, Wisconsin 53121, Phone: (262) 741-8200
Gateway Tech offers GED preparation at the school’s adult education centers: Elkhorn Learning Success Ctr, Burlington Adult Learning Ctr, Racine Learning Success Ctr, Racine MLK center, and Kenosha Adult Learning Ctr.

Madison Area Technical College-Fort Atkinson
827 Banker Rd, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin 53538, Phone: (920) 568-7231

Jefferson County Literacy Council GED Program
218 S Wisconsin Dr, Suite 9, Jefferson, Wisconsin 53549, Phone: (920) 675-0500

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Madison Area Technical College
2429 Perry St, Madison, Wisconsin 53713, Phone: (608) 258-2440 or (608) 243-4199
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Blackhawk Technical College
210 4th Avenue, Monroe, Wisconsin 53566, Phone: (608) 328-1660/757-7666

Rock Valley Coll.-Downtown
99 East State St, Rockford, Illinois 61104, Phone: (815) 921-2000
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Welcoming online GED testing

You could, until recently, never sit for the four GED subtests on the internet. Students who were looking to earn their GED degrees were required to show up, in person, at one of Wisconsin’s state-recognized GED testing facilities.

This has now come to an end with the launch of an online option to deal with the GED exam. Qualifying students that opt to take the GED test online will see that an online proctor monitors their activities to guarantee that all is happening in accordance with the rules. If you want to learn more about this great new online option, go to Welcoming the online GED test.

To see whether you qualify for the GED program, check out GED in Wisconsin.

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GED testing sites in the Janesville area

Blackhawk Technical College GED Testing
6604 S County Road G | Janesville | Wisconsin 53546 | Phone: (608) 757-7666

Gateway Technical College-Elkhorn
400 Co. Road H – Elkhorn | Wisconsin 53121 – Phone: (262) 741-8430

Madison College-Fort Atkinson Campus GED Testing
827 Banker Road | Fort Atkinson | Wisconsin 53538 | Phone: (920) 568-7229

Boone-Winnebago Reg Office of Education GED Test Center
300 Heart Boulevard – Loves Park – Illinois 61111 | Phone (815) 636.3060

Madison College GED Testing
2125 Commercial Ave – Madison – Wisconsin 53704 – Phone (608) 246.5220

Madison College-South GED Test Center (Rm 130)
2429 Perry St – Madison – Wisconsin 53713 – Phone (608) 246.5220

Blackhawk Technical Coll-Monroe Center
210 Fourth Avenue – Monroe – Wisconsin 53566 – Phone (608) 329.8248

Works! Center Rockford
715 W State Street | Rockford | Illinois 61102 | Phone: (815)-316-4171

Your future

GED stands for General Education Development and the diploma that you will receive upon successfully taking the four tests is equivalent to a high school diploma and accepted as such by practically all U.S. employers and schools. This is your ticket to higher education and a brighter future.

GED passing score

The GED exam can be taken in English or Spanish. Please note that online GED testing is NOT possible. Your personal appearance at an official test site is required. The passing score on each of the four subtests is 145 points. GED scoring is measured on a 100-200 scale. The minimally required on each subtest is 145, so your overall score cannot be under 580.

100-144: below passing
145-164: high school equivalency
165-174: college-ready
175-200: college-ready + college credit

Online registration

Some advantages of the GED test are obvious. The registration process is simplified; you do it online just as payments. There is no requirement to pay for the entire test (4 subjects) at one time; you only need to pay for the subject(s) you register for.

You can just sit for that subject test that you are well prepared for. To register online, you go to GED.com or call 1-877-392-6433.

Your test scores will be returned within 3 hours after you completed the test module(s), except for the essay part. Register with MyGED and discover a world of information about the course itself, test scheduling, college profiling, work trends and opportunities, and so forth.

Last Updated on June 19, 2022.