GED Classes Longview, Washington

This article lists all GED preparatory locations and testing sites in the Longview region. Washington State uses the computer-based GED exam for its High School Equivalency testing program.

GED testing can be done online and at state-approved official GED testing sites.

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The assessment offers persons who never completed high school another shot at securing an equivalent credential.

Testing is done on a similar level as what HS students must command upon graduation.

The GED® includes four independent subject tests in the fields of math, science, literacy, and social studies.

You have the freedom to sit for one of the four subtests (modules) when you’re ready to do so. No need to take it all in one session.

In the past, there was never a way to deal with the GED exam online. Your personal appearance was required at an official GED test center.

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This has changed now as we saw the introduction of the online proctored GED exam. Check the bottom of this post for more information.

Longview GED prep classes

Lower Columbia College (Transitional Studies Department)
1600 Maple St – Longview – WA 98632 – Ph: (360) 442-2580

Longview Library (Project READ)
1600 Louisiana St – Longview – WA 98632 – Ph: (360) 442-5321

Goodwill of the Olympics & Rainier Region
1030 15th Ave – Suite 300 – Longview – WA 98632 – Ph: (360) 501-8340

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Facilities around Longview (cities by alphabet)

Clatsop Community College (Columbia Hall, room 114)
1651 Lexington Ave – Astoria – OR 97103 – Ph: (503) 338.2347
For Spanish classes: (503) 338-2368/2557

Tongue Point Job Corps Center
37573 Old Highway 30 – Astoria – OR 97103 – Ph: (503) 325.2131

Astoria-Pacific NW Works (CCC)
450 Marine Dr – Suite – Astoria – OR 97103 – Ph: (503) 325.9511 or (503) 338.2347

Clatsop Service Center
3194 Marine Dr – Astoria – OR 97103 – Ph: (503) 325.2862

Centralia College GED Program
600 Centralia Coll. Boulevard – Centralia – WA 98531 – Ph: (360) 496.5022 or (360) 623.8957
See all Centralia area GED prep locations <- here

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Gravity Learning Center Lewis County
121 Hampe Way – Chehalis – WA 98532 – Ph: (360) 748.4441

Clatskanie High (CCC)
471 Bel Air Dr – Clatskanie – OR 97016 – Ph: (503) 338.2347

Columbia Education Center (Grays Harbor College)
208 Advent Ave SE – Ilwaco – WA 98624 – Ph: (360) 642.9433

Clatsop Community College South County Center (Computer Lab 1st Floor)
1455 N Roosevelt Dr – Seaside – OR 97138 – Ph: (503) 338.2347

St. Helens Pacific NW Works (WorkSource Oregon)
500 N Highway 30 – St. Helens – OR 97051 – Ph: (503) 397.6495 ext. 207

NW Regional Education Center
800 Port Avenue – St. Helens – OR 97051 – Ph: (503) 366.4100

Clark College Adult Education
1933 Ft. Vancouver Way – Vancouver – WA 98663 – Ph: (360) 992.2741/2780
All Vancouver GED prep options <- are found in this post

Should a GED prep site be added? Are maybe some updates required? Please inform us here.

For qualification criteria and more detailed GED testing information, check out the page GED testing in Washington.

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Launching an online GED testing option

In earlier days, sitting for the GED exam via the internet was never an option. If you were looking to secure your GED credential, your appearance in person at an official Washington State-designated GED testing center was required.

Well, recently there were some interesting developments as we witnessed the introduction of an online GED testing option.

Qualifying students who choose to take the exam online will see a proctor who checks online whether they do everything in line with the rules. To read more about this online testing opportunity, visit ‘Launching the online GED test.’

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Longview area GED testing sites

Lower Columbia College (Testing Center, 128)
1600 Maple Street | Longview | WA 98632 | Ph (360) 442-2360/2361

Grays Harbor College GED Test Center
1620 Edward P Smith Drive | Aberdeen | WA 98520 | Ph (360) 538-4049

Clatsop Community College
1651 Lexington Avenue | Astoria | OR 97103 | Ph (503) 338-2426

Centralia College (Library Building, Room 125)
515 West Pear Street | Centralia | WA 98531 | Ph (360) 623-8920

Grays Harbor College (Columbia Education Center)
208 Advent Avenue | Ilwaco | WA 98624 | Ph (360) 538-4049

Centralia College-East Campus
701 Airport Way | Morton | WA 98356 | Ph (360) 496-5022

Clark College Testing Center (GHL 128)
1933  Fort Vancouver Way | Vancouver | WA 98663 | Ph (360) 992-2107

Clark ECD Test Center
18700 SE Mill Plain Boulevard | Vancouver | WA 98683 | Ph (360) 992-2939

Your future

Having a GED diploma will certainly improve your employment chances and allow for a college education. In the U.S., there are many millions of people who do not hold a high school diploma.

Completing the GED (General Education Development) exam successfully will give you the chance to enter colleges and universities, and substantially develop options for improved earnings and job prospects.

Last Updated on June 19, 2022.