GED in Oklahoma

In Oklahoma, GED hopefuls can take the four GED subtests at one of Oklahoma’s official GED testing sites or online if they qualify for online testing.

Oklahoma is offering test-takers two options for high school equivalency testing, the GED and HiSET exams. HiSET testing can be done online as well.

The GED program gives persons who never finished high school the opportunity to obtain an equivalent degree.

The GED® is entirely computer-based whereas the HiSET® exam is available in both paper-based and computer-based formats.

The GED includes 4 independent subtests in Language Arts (reading and writing combined), Social Studies, Science, and Math.

You can take one of the four GED tests (modules) at a time. No need to do it all in one take.

The HiSET comes with five subtests (Literacy has individual writing and reading tests) that, if you wish, can be taken individually as well.

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Not all test centers administer both exams, so get well-informed.

Regardless of whether you recently quit high school or you are an adult who never finished high school, getting your high school equivalency diploma will certainly help you get ahead in life.

Oklahoma GED testing requirements

  • In Oklahoma, the minimum age to qualify for the GED or HiSET exam is 16.
  • For test-takers 16 and 17, additional restrictions count.
  • Under-age testers must, for instance, be officially withdrawn from their school and hold parental consent. Please contact a test site near you for further details.
  • Test-takers can not hold a high school or equivalent diploma.
  • They can also not be enrolled in another education program.
  • The Oklahoma GED test is also open to non-residents.
  • Oklahoma doesn’t require test-takers to first take a prep course or the GED Ready® practice test. This doesn’t apply, however, to online GED testing.

Oklahoma GED cost

The fee for the full Oklahoma GED exam is $136.00 or $34 per subject test if you sit for the exam at a testing center. If you take the exam online, you’ll have to pay $40 per subtest, so $160 for the full exam.

To be eligible to take the GED exam online, you must reach passing scores on the GED Ready practice test. You can purchase the GED Ready test on the website GED.com for $6.99. You must buy four GED Ready tests (one for each GED subtest) so that’ll cost you another $28 on top of the $160 testing fee.

Oklahoma HiSET cost

The five-subtest HiSET exam, available on paper and on a computer, will set you back $91.25 for the full exam if you take it online and $112.50 in the paper-and-pencil version.

To qualify for online HiSET testing, you need to reach passing scores on the HiSET Official Practice test. You’ll understand that paper-based HiSET testing is no option when you take the exam online.

GED prep sites in Oklahoma

You can prepare for the GED or HiSET exam by studying online but you can also choose a traditional GED prep class near you. Click on your nearest city to see all prep sites in your area.

By the time you are ready, you can take the GED or HiSET exam at an official Oklahoma testing site near you and online options are now offered as well for the GED and HiSET.

When you’ve passed the exam, you will receive the Oklahoma High School Equivalency Diploma which has the same value as a conventional high school diploma. The HSE program is created to offer those people who never completed high school another chance to earn an equivalent degree. With the help of preparation classes, online or at a physical site, passing the GED or HiSET exam will become less stressful.

Oklahoma GED testing centers

Ada
Ada Adult Literacy Ctr (HiSET) – 825 W 10th St – Ada – OK 74820 – Ph: (580) 310.7389
Chickasaw Nation of OK (HiSET) – 300 Rosedale Rd – Ada – OK 74820 – Ph (580) 421.7711 x 61034
Altus
Western Oklahoma State (GED or HiSET) – 2801 N Main St – Altus – OK 73521 – Ph: (580) 477.7921.2000
Anadarko
Anadarko Adult Education Ctr (HiSET) – 111 SW 4th St – Anadarko – OK 73005 – Ph: (405) 247.9876
Ardmore
Chickasaw Nation (HiSET) – 920 Locust Dr – Ardmore – OK 73401 – Ph: (580) 421.7711
Southern OK Technical Ctr (GED) – 2610 Sam Noble Pkwy – Ardmore – OK 73401 – Ph: (580) 223.2070
Atoka
Choctaw Nation Comm. Ctr (HiSET) – 1203 W Liberty Rd – Atoka – OK 74525 – Ph: (580) 889.1981
Bartlesville
Bartlesville Test Center (GED) – 1100 SW Jennings Ave – Bartlesville – OK 74003 – Ph: (918) 336.8600
St John Cath School (HiSET) – 816 S Keeler Ave – Bartlesville – OK 74003 – Ph: (918) 357.7037
Broken Arrow
Adult Ed. Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 7616 S Garnett Rd – Broken Arrow – OK 74012 – Ph: (918) 357.7040
Chickasha
Chickasha Adult Ed. Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 1208 S 17th St – Chickasha – OK 73018 – Ph: (405) 222.6562
Claremore
Rogers State University (HiSET) – 1701 W Will Rogers Blvd – Claremore – OK 74017 – Ph: (918) 357.70370
Coalgate
Choctaw Nation Comm. Ctr (HiSET) – 103 E California Ave – Coalgate – OK 74538 – Ph: (580) 927.3641
Duncan
Red River Techn. Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 3300 W Bois d’Arc Ave – Duncan – OK 73534 – Ph: (580) 255.2903
Durant
Choctaw Nation (GED or HiSET) – 1802 Chukka Hina Dr – Durant – OK 74702 – Ph: (580) 924.8280/522.6170 x 2122
Southeastern Oklahoma State (GED) – 1422 N 5th Ave – Durant – OK 74701 – Ph: (580) 745.3185
Donald W Reynolds Comm. Ctr & Library (HiSET) – 1515 W Main St – Durant – OK 74701 – Ph: (580) 924.3486
El Reno
Canadian Valley Techn. Ctr (HiSET) – 6505 E Rte 66 – El Reno – OK 73036 – Ph: (405) 262.2629
Elk City
Elk City Regional Ed. Ctr (HiSET) – 501 N Oliver Ave – Elk City – OK 73644 – Ph: (580) 225.4154
Enid
Autry Technology Ctr (GED) – 1201 W Willow Rd – Enid – OK 73703 – Ph: (580) 242.2750
Enid Public Schools (HiSET) – 600 W Elm Ave – Enid – OK 73701 – Ph: (580) 366.7200
Fort Cobb
Caddo Kiowa Techn. Ctr (GED) – 1415 N 7th St – Fort Cobb – OK 73038 – Ph: (405) 643.5511
Fort Gibson
Fort Gibson High (HiSET) – 501 S Ross St – Fort Gibson – OK 74434 – Ph: (918) 357.7037
Goodwell
Oklahoma Panhandle State (GED) – 409 W Sewell St – Goodwell – OK 73939 – Ph: (580) 349.1558
Guymon
Guymon Public Library (HiSET) – 1718 N Oklahoma St – Guymon – OK 73942 – Ph: (580) 338.7330
Hugo
Choctaw Nation Kiamichi Techn. Ctr (HiSET) – 107 S 15th St – Hugo – OK 74543 – Ph: (580) 924.8280
Idabel
Idabel Adult Ed. (N/A) – 1203 SE Quincy St – Idabel – OK 74745 – Ph: (580) 774.3084
Southeastern OK State (HiSET) – 2805 NE Lincoln Rd – Idabel – OK 74745 – Ph: (580) 924.8280
Lawton
Comanche Nation Ed. Ctr (GED) – 1608 SW 9th St – Lawton – OK 73501 – Ph: (580) 591.0203
Great Plains Techn. Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 4500 W Lee Blvd – Lawton – OK 73505 – Ph: (580) 250.5562
McAlester
Eastern Oklahoma State (HiSET) – 1802 College Ave – McAlester  – OK 74501 – Ph: (580) 924.8280 x 2319
McAlester Public Schools (HiSET) – 200 E Adams Ave – McAlester – OK 74501 – Ph: (918) 423.4008
Kiamichi Technology Ctr (HiSET) – 301 Kiamichi Dr – McAlester – OK 74501 – Ph: (918) 426.0940
Miami
Northeastern OK A&M College (GED or HiSET) – 200 I St NE – Miami – OK 74354 – Ph: (918) 540.6292
Midwest City
Goodwill Industries-Central OK – 6824 E Reno Ave – Midwest City – OK 73110 – Ph: (405) 278.7126
Muskogee
Muskogee Workforce Ctr (GED) – 717 S 32nd St – Muskogee – OK 74401 – Ph: (918) 683.8553/357.7037
St Josephs Catholic Church (HiSET) – 321 N Virginia St – Muskogee – OK 74403 – Ph: (918) 508.7102
Norman
Envision Success Inc (GED) – 1151 E Main St – Norman – OK 73071 – Ph: (405) 701.2015
Moore Norman Techn. Ctr (HiSET) – 4701 12th Ave NW – Norman – OK 73070 – Ph: (405) 801.5015
Oklahoma City
Oklahoma State (GED) – 900 N Portland Ave – Oklahoma City – OK 73107 – Ph: (405) 954.8648
Oklahoma City Comm. Coll. (GED or HiSET) – 7777 S May Ave – Oklahoma City – OK 73159 – Ph: (405) 682.7531
Francis Tuttle Techn. Ctr (GED) – 12777 N Rockwell Ave – Oklahoma City – OK 73142 – Ph: (405) 717.4323
OIC of Oklahoma Co. (HiSET) – 3033 N Walnut Ave – Oklahoma City – OK 73105 – Ph: (405) 235.2651
Community Literacy Ctr (HiSET) – 5131 N Classen Cir (Ste 204) – Oklahoma City – OK 73118 – Ph: (405) 524.7323
Okmulgee
Oklahoma State University (GED) – 1801 E 4th St – Okmulgee – OK 74447 – Ph: (800) 722.4471
Omega
Chisholm Trail Techn. Ctr (HiSET) – 283 OK 33 – Omega – OK 73764 – Ph: (405) 729.8324
Ponca City
Pioneer Techn. Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 2101 N Ash St – Ponca City – OK 74601 – Ph: (580) 762.8336
Poteau
Carl Albert State Coll. (HiSET) – 1507 S McKenna St – Poteau – OK 74601 – Ph: (918) 647.1342
Poteau Adult Learning Ctr (HiSET) – 408 Dewey Ave – Poteau – OK 74953 – Ph: (918) 647.5795
Pryor
Cherokee Nation Career Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 2945 Hwy 69A – Pryor – OK 74361 – Ph: (918) 825.7988/506.9810
Union Schools (HiSET) – 403 E Graham Ave – Pryor – OK 74361 – Ph: (918) 357.7037
Sallisaw
Sallisaw Adult Education Ctr (GED) – 312 S Walnut St – Sallisaw – OK 74955 – Ph: (918) 776.0976
Sayre
SW Oklahoma State (N/A) – 409 E Mississippi Ave – Sayre – OK 73662 – Ph (580) 928.553
Shawnee
Citizen Potawatomi Nation Ed. Ctr (GED) – 1549 Workforce Dr – Shawnee – OK 74801 – Ph: (405) 878.3854
Shawnee Adult Ed. Center (HiSET) – 1830 N Beard St – Shawnee – OK 74801 – Ph: (405) 878.3101
Stigler
Choctaw Nation Comm. Ctr (HiSET) – 2208 E Main St – Stigler – OK 74462 – Ph: (918) 967.2398
Stilwell
Cherokee Nation Career Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 219 W Oak St – Stilwell – OK 74960 – Ph: (918) 822.2444/506.9810
Stillwater
Meridian Career Technology Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 1312 S Sangre Rd – Stillwater – OK 74074 – Ph: (405) 377.3333
Tahlequah
Cherokee Nation Career Ctr (GED or HiSET) – 22210 S Huckleberry Circle – Tahlequah – OK 74464 – Ph: (918) 822.2444/772.4245
Cappi Wadley Ed Center (GED or HiSET) – 717 N Grand Ave – Tahlequah – OK 74464 – Ph: (918) 444.3313
Talihina
Choctaw Nation Comm. Ctr (HiSET) – 100 Railroad St – Talihina – OK 74571 – Ph: (580) 924.8280
Tulsa
Tulsa Comm. Coll.-Metro Campus (GED) – 909 S Boston Ave – Tulsa – OK 74119 – Ph: (918) 595.7010
Tulsa Comm- Coll.-Northeast Campus (GED) – 3727 E Apache St – Tulsa – OK 74115 – Ph: (918) 595.7534
Neighbors Along the Line (HiSET) – 5000 W Charles Page Blvd – Tulsa – OK 74127 – Ph: (918) 584.1111
Catholic Charities Ed. Dept (HiSET) – 2450 N Harvard Ave – Tulsa – OK 74115 – Ph: (918) 357.7037
Wayne
Mid America Technical Ctr (HiSET) – 27438 OK 59 – Wayne – OK 73095 – Ph: (405) 222.6562
Weatherford
SW Oklahoma State (N/A) – 100 Campus Ave – Weatherford – OK 73096 – Ph: (580) 774.7084
SW Oklahoma State (GED or HiSET) – 1001 N 7th St – Weatherford – OK 73096 – Ph: (580) 774.3084
Wetumka
Wes Watkins Technology Ctr (HiSET) – 7892 Hwy 9 – Wetumka – OK 74883 – Ph: (405) 452.5500
Wilburton
Choctaw Nation Comm. Ctr (HiSET) – 1056 NW 1003 Ave – Wilburton – OK 74578 – Ph: (580) 924.8280
Woodward
High Plains Technical Ctr (GED) – 3921 34th St – Woodward – OK 73801 – Ph: (580) 256.6618/571-6129
Wright City
Choctaw Nation Comm. Ctr (HiSET) – 5718 Rodeo Grounds Rd – Wright City – OK 74766 – Ph: (580) 924.8280 x 2319
Yukon
Canadian Valley Techn. Ctr (HiSET) – 1701 S Czech Hall Rd – Yukon – OK 73099 – Ph: (405) 345.3333

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Online GED and HiSET testing

So now, the HiSET and GED exams can be taken in an online format as well. It used to be that you had to come to an official Oklahoma testing center but those days are over.

If you want to learn more about taking the HiSET exam online, check out HiSET Online Proctored Test, and for more details about the new online GED test, go to this page: The Online Proctored GED Exam.

Free GED online prep in Oklahoma

Retesting and fees

GED

If you fail a GED subtest, you can retake that subtest in Oklahoma without any waiting period. If you need a third attempt, though, you’ll need to wait for a 60-day period before you can take that subject test again.

GED Testing Service offers you two retests per subject field at a discounted rate. You just pay the testing center fee of $14. These retakes must be taken within one year. Thereafter, regular fees will apply again ($34 for each subtest). This all applies only when you sir for the GED test at a physical testing site.

HiSET

HiSET testing includes two retests per subject field at a reduced rate. For these two retests counts that you only have to pay the fee for the test center.

The five HiSET subtests cost each:
Computer-based subtests: $18.25 ($10.75 for ETS, and $7.50 administrative fee).
Paper-based subtests: $22.50 ($15 for ETS, and $7.50 administrative fee).
First-time test-takers will also have to pay a one-time $10 fee when you schedule your first subtest.

GED scoring

The GED sub-exams are scored on a 100-200 scale. The passing score on each of the GED subject field tests is 145. Below passing score: 100-144. passing score: 145-164. College-ready score: 165-174. College-ready plus college credit score: 175-200.

HiSET scoring

HiSET scoring happens on a scale that runs from 0 to 20 and the minimally required result on each of the five subtests is 8. The essay result must be at least a 2 out of 6 and the overall score must be no less than 45, not including your essay score.

How to prepare for the GED exam

For enrollment in a GED prep class, check out all the options in your area via the listing on this page. Please contact a prep site, and the staff will be glad to help you.

Your local bookstore or the community library can supply study material as well and you may also benefit from a well-structured online GED prep course.

Probably the best preparation is when you attend a program at a GED prep facility, often at no cost at all, in combination with a good online course like what’s offered at no cost on this website.

Online learning allows for studying at times that are in line with the calendar of a student. A directory of all prep sites is listed above if you click on your city or a city near you.

It’s about YOUR future

Passing the high school equivalency test is crucial for your future. It allows for a college education and will definitely lead to better job options and a decent income.

You can use the diploma to secure a more rewarding career or attend college-level courses. If you didn’t finish your high school education and don’t have a GED, you are expected to earn at least $9,500 less annually than people who have a secondary school degree.

Over the last two decades, more than 67,000 adults have received their GED diplomas in Oklahoma. Most of the many Oklahoma new job positions are found in the fields of Health Care and Financial Services.

The newly created jobs are mostly at entry-level and require at least a high school or GED diploma, but also if you want to be eligible for a promotion at your current job, you will need to have a secondary education degree as well, so be wise and invest some time in completing your high school education.

One test at a time

You can take one of the four separate GED tests individually at one of Oklahoma’s more than 50 accredited and state-approved HSE testing centers. So prepare for one subtest, or module, pass that part and move on to the next section. The HiSET subject tests are also available separately.

If you set up your account at the portal MyGED on the website GED.com, you can schedule your test appointments and learn more about the accessibility of academic courses, admissions policies, access to business opportunities, developments on the job market, and much more.

The Oklahoma Adult Education & Family Literacy Programs and GED Administration have transferred to Oklahoma’s Department of Career & Technology Education. If you want more information about these programs, call (405) 377-2000 and ask for “Lifelong Learning.”

For more information:
State Department of Education
Oklahoma Department of Career & Technology Education (ODCTE)
Adult Basic Education Division
1500 W Seventh Avenue
Stillwater, OK 74074-4398
Phone: 405.377.2000 (Ask for Lifelong Learning)
Toll-free: 800.522.5810

FAQ about GED in Oklahoma

How to get a GED in Oklahoma?

To earn a GED in Oklahoma, you need to pass the four GED subtests or the five HiSET subtests. So Oklahoma offers two alternatives to earn your High School Equivalency Certificate, the entirely computerized GED exam and the HiSET exam which is offered on a computer and on paper.

What are the Oklahoma GED testing requirements?

The GED and HiSET are exams that offer adults who never finished high school the chance to earn a diploma that’s equivalent to a common high school degree. In Oklahoma, test-takers are not required to be state residents nor is taking a qualification practice test required. The minimum age in Oklahoma is 16 though 16 or 17-year-old applicants must meet additional strict requirements.

What is the GED cost in Oklahoma?

In Oklahoma, the GED exam costs $136 (or $34 per subtest) when you sit for the exam at a test center. The online GED exam costs $40 per sub-exam, so $160 intotal but actually, you should add the $28 for four GED Ready tests as well, which will bring your total to $188.

The HiSET exam costs $91.25 when taken on a computer and $112.50 when taken on paper. There’s no need to take either of the exams in one take. You can register and pay for, and take, the subtests one at a time, and this counts for both the GED and HiSET.

Last Updated on January 10, 2022.