In this post, we list all HiSET and GED prep class locations and test facilities in the Littleton area. New Hampshire uses the GED and HiSET exams for its High School Equivalency (HSE) testing program.
The GED® and HiSET® exams are offered at state-designated testing facilities and in online formats.
The assessments are for adults who left high school before graduating and offer them the chance to obtain an equivalent credential.
Both the HiSET and GED measure knowledge at a level that may be expected of students after four years of high school.
GED testing involves four independent subtests that measure a student’s proficiency in
- Social Studies
- English Language
HiSET testing occurs through five individual subtests in Language Reading, Language Writing, Math, Social Studies, and Science.
The GED and HiSET exams are offered both paper-based and on a computer in New Hampshire. The state is actually the only US state where the GED test is available on paper. Please note, however, that the paper-based GED test is far more expensive than the computer-based version!
In earlier days, the GED or HiSET exam was not offered over the Internet. You had to go to an official HiSET testing center and sit for the test in person.
Now, however, with the launch of online proctored GED and HiSET exams, that has changed; more information is found at the bottom of this page.
For GED and HiSET testing costs, passing scores, or qualification requirements, visit The GED Test In New Hampshire.
Littleton GED Prep Locations
Littleton Adult Learner Services
75 Bronson St | Littleton | NH 03561 | (603) 444.6306/4846
Littleton Adult Education HSE Classes
159 Oak Hill Ave | Littleton | NH 03561 | (603) 444.5186 ext. 3316
NH Works Littleton Career Center (For Referral Only)
646 Union St | Suite 100 | Littleton | NH 03561 | (603) 444.2971
Prep Sites around Littleton (Cities by Alphabet)
Adult Education Berlin (@Coos County Adult Learning Services)
166 Main St | Berlin | NH 03570 | (603) 752.1927
NH Works Berlin Career Center
151 Pleasant St | Berlin | NH 06570 | (603) 752.5500
Only for advice and referral
Northern New Hampshire Correctional Facility HSE Program
138 E Milan Rd | Berlin | NH 03570 | (603) 752.2906
No public availability
Canaan Education Center (NE Kingdom Education)
300 Gale St | Canaan | Vermont 05903 | (802) 274-2608
NH Works Conway Career Center
518 White Mountain Hwy | Conway | NH 03818 | (603) 447-5924
For referrals only
North Country Education Services
300 Gorham Hill Rd | Gorham | NH 03581 | (603) 466.5437 or (603) 752.1927
Adult Education Groveton (@Northumberland Adult High)
65 State St | Groveton | NH 03582 | (603) 636.1619
Hardwick Learning Center (Northeast Kingdom Learning Services)
64 N Main Street | Hardwick | Vermont 05843 | (802) 472-3183
Island Pond Education Center GED Classes
49 Mill Street | Island Pond | Vermont 05846 | (802) 723-1134
14 Depot St | Lyndonville | VT 05851 | (802) 626.5475
The library offers online GED preparation and books. A GED tutor is at the library on Wednesday afternoons (2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.) to help you with your GED preparation or HSC (High School Completion) Program.
Montpelier Adult Education
100 State Street | Ste 3 | Montpelier | Vermont 05602 | (802) 223-3403
Check here for all -> Montpelier area GED prep sites
Newport Adult Education (NE Kingdom Education)
55 Seymour Ln | Newport | VT 05855 | (802) 334-2839
Adult Education Conway and North Conway (@Eagle Academy)
409 Eagles Way | North Conway | NH 03860 | (603) 323-8857
Saint Johnsbury Learning Center
166 Railroad St | Saint Johnsbury | VT 05819 | (802) 748-5624
Carroll County Adult Education
680 White Mountain Hwy | Tamworth | NH 03886 | (603) 323.5100
Littleton Area GED Testing Sites
White Mountains Community College-Littleton
646 Union St | Littleton | NH 03561 | (603) 638-4325 or (603) 444-4846
Central Vermont ABE GED Test Center Barre
46 Washington St | Suite 100 | Barre | VT 05641 | (802) 476-4588
Adult Learner Services Berlin
166 Main St | Berlin | NH 03570 | (603) 752-1927
Kennett High School (Library)
409 Eagles Way | North Conway | NH 03860 | (603) 356-4343
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Online GED and HiSET Exams
In the past, if you wanted to take the New Hampshire GED or HiSET test, your personal appearance at one of New Hampshire’s official testing sites was required. There simply was no online option to sit for the high school equivalency (HSE) test. Well, this has now changed with the arrival of the online proctored (OP) GED test and the HiSET-AT-Home exam.
There are definitely a few great advantages of getting your GED or HiSET certificate. It will be far easier to get a (better) job because most unfilled jobs require at least a high school degree or similar.
In general, recruiting agencies and employers recognize that the GED or HiSET diploma is the equivalent of a high school degree. Also, by achieving your GED or HiSET diploma, your self-esteem will be boosted.
By acquiring your GED or HiSET diploma, you will feel proud that you set a great step towards a better life for yourself and your family. You have proven to be able to accomplish what is on your mind. Attaining the New Hampshire GED or HiSET diploma allows you to go on with your education as well. The credential is accepted by nearly all colleges and universities.
GED and HiSET Passing Scores
The four GED sub-exams are scored on a 100 to 200 scale, and the passing score (on each sub-exam) is 145. There are three passing score ranges:
- 145-164 = high school equivalent passing score
- 165-174 – college-ready score
- 175-200 = college-ready + credit score
The passing score on each of the five HiSET modules is 8 out of 20. Your total score must be in the 45-100 range, and on your essay, you need to come to a score of at least 2 out of a possible 6.
Last Updated on December 3, 2023.