GED Classes Provo, Utah

This is an article about all GED prep options and testing sites in the Provo region. Utah is using the GED test for high school equivalency testing purposes.

GED testing is available online and at state-approved GED test centers.

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The assessment provides adults who never graduated high school the opportunity to earn an equivalent diploma.

GED® testing is administered at a level similar to what HS seniors must know upon graduation.

The GED has four subtests in math, science, literacy, and social studies that can be completed one at a time.

In the past, there was never an online GED testing option. You had to appear, in person, at one of Utah’s GED testing centers.

But this has now changed with the launch of an online proctored GED test-taking option. For more information, check the bottom of this page.

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Provo GED prep classes (by ZIP)

Provo Adult Education
636 N Independence Avenue, Provo, UT 84601, Phone 801.374.4840

Project Read
550 N University Avenue, Suite 215, Provo, UT 84601, Phone: 801-852-6654 or 801-448-7323
NOT a GED program, but Project Read offers support to improve your reading, writing, basic math, and computer skills through one-on-one tutoring.

Centro Hispano GED Classes
650 W 100 N, Provo, UT 84601, Phone: 801-691-5286

Utah State Hospital GED Program
1200 East Center Street, Provo, UT 84601, Phone: 801-374-4840

Provo City Library @Academy Square (Online Resources)
550 N University Avenue, Provo, UT 84601, Phone: 801-852-6650

GED Utah Requirements

Locations around Provo (cities by alphabet)

Beaver County SD GED Instruction
291 N Main St, Beaver, UT 84713, Ph: 435.438.2291
All SW Utah GED prep facilities are listed here: St. George GED Programs

Emery High School (Adult Education)
975 N Center Street, Castle Dale, UT 84513, Phone: 435-381-2689/5101

Millard District Adult Education-Delta
285 East 450 North, Delta, UT 84624, Phone: 435-864-1000

Delta Technical Center-Adult Education
305 East 200 North, Delta, UT 84624, Phone: 435-864-5710

Millard District Adult Education-Delta (Millard School District Office)
285 East 450 North, Delta, UT 84624, Phone: 435-864-1000

Duchesne Corrections Ctr GED Instruction
21554 W 9000 South, Duchesne, UT 84021, Phone 435.738.0190
Not publicly available

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Tintic High School Adult Education
55 E Main Street, Eureka, UT 84628, Phone: 435-433-6302/2081

Millard District Adult Education (@Millard High School)
200 W Eagle Avenue, Fillmore, UT 84631, Phone: 435-743-5610 or 435-864-1000

Millard County Jail GED Program
765 South Highway 99, Fillmore, UT 84631, Phone: 435-743-5302
Not open to the public

Central Utah Academy
255 East 300 North, Gunnison, UT 84634, Phone: 435-528-6240

Central Utah Correctional Facility GED Program
P.O. Box 898, Gunnison, UT 84634, Phone: 435-528-6240
Not available to the public

Wasatch Adult Education
200 East 800 South, Heber City, UT 84032, Phone: 435-654-4231

Wasatch County Jail GED Program
200 East 800 South, Heber City, UT 84032, Phone: 435-654-4231

South Sanpete School District Adult Education
39 South Main Street, Manti, Utah 84642, Phone: 435-835-2261

North Sanpete Adult Education (@North Sanpete High School)
390 East 700 South, Mt. Pleasant, UT 84647, Phone: 435-462-2452/2817

Juab Adult Education-Juab High School
802 North 650 East, Nephi, UT 84648, Phone: 435-623-1812/1772

Regional Learning Center (Mountainland Tech)
987 South Geneva Road, Orem, UT 84058, Phone: 801-863-7620
Check here to see all -> Orem area GED prep sites

Carbon School District Adult Education
251 West 400 North, Price, UT 84501, Phone: 435-613-3136

Carbon County Jail GED Program
200 West Main Street, Price, UT 84501, Phone: 435-613-3254

Cedar Ridge High School
495 W Center Street, Richfield, UT 84701, Phone: 435-896-9464

Sevier County Justice Complex GED Program
835 East 300 North, Richfield, UT 84701, Phone: 435-896-9464
Not publicly available

Duchesne County GED Instruction
900 East Lagoon St, Roosevelt, UT 84066, Phone 435.725.4517/4514

Landmark High School Adult Education
612 South Main Street, Spanish Fork, UT 84660, Phone: 801-798-4093

Sylvan Spanish Fork
765 North Main Street, Spanish Fork, UT 84660, Phone: 801-717-9659

Utah County Correctional Facility GED Program
3075 North Main Street, Spanish Fork, UT 84660, Phone: 801-851-4259
Not available to the general public

Take also a look at GED prep facilities in SLC

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Welcoming an online proctored GED testing option

It used to be that taking the GED exam over the internet was not possible. If you wanted to acquire your GED credential, you had to appear, in person, at an official Utah GED testing facility.

But now, this changing with the launch of a new online to take the GED test. An online proctor will monitor your activities and check if everything is done correctly. More detailed information can be found here: Welcoming the online GED test.

Free Online Utah GED Classes

Provo area GED testing centers

Utah Valley University
1165 W. 800 South, University Parkway – Orem, Utah 84058, Phone 801-863-8482

Millard School District
285 East 450 North, Delta, Utah 84624, Phone: 435-864-1000

Utah State University-Eastern (Room 114, Reeves Building)
451 E. 400 North – Price – Utah 84501 – Phone: 435.613.5325

Nova Net Lab (Canyons Community Ed.)
825 E. 9085 South – Sandy – Utah 84094 – Phone 801.826.6688

Snow College-Richfield Campus GED Testing
800 West 200 South, Richfield, Utah 84701, Phone: 435- 893-2239

Test-taking and study tips

  • Get familiar with the testing format. It will help you attain a good score. If you take multiple practice tests, you’ll not only discover your strong and weak points, but you’ll also get used to answering multiple-choice questions and other types of questions found on the GED test.
  • If you want to sign up for an online prep course, understand the various requirements of your course, and plan study schedules accordingly. The second thing is to browse through your course page and get familiar with the layout. You should know everything about software requirements, different sections, additional purchases, installations, and more. You should open a lot of tabs and go through them thoroughly. You should also check some testimonials from other students.
  • Keep Yourself Organized – You should keep separate folders for every subject. You need to divide your folders by the type of assignment and week. This will help you stay organized. Whenever you need to go through your notes, you will know exactly where to look.
  • Avoid Distractions – This is the most basic advice for all students. Studying on the computer can bring you close to many distractions. While researching for information or exploring a topic, you might find it hard to resist the temptation of visiting other websites. You need to stick to the course during study time.

Last Updated on June 16, 2022.