What is the GED®?
If you didn’t graduate from high school, the GED® (General Educational Development) tests can help you earn a high school equivalency certificate. Tests are available in English and Spanish.
Why is it important? A GED® opens doors — to college, training programs, the military, better jobs and career advancement. It's the first step to building a better future.
Most colleges and employers accept the GED® as being equivalent to a high school diploma.
Getting Ready to Take the Tests
If you have been out of school for a while, you may want to take some GED® prep classes before you take the GED® tests. We offer classes in math, language arts, reading, social studies and science.
You can take the classes in one of our learning centers or online.
Tuition for GED® prep classes is $25 per quarter. If you need help paying for the classes, financial assistance may be available.
The fee for GED® testing is $30 per test and there are four tests.
For more information please contact: 509-533-4600.
Taking the GED® Test
Are you ready to take the GED® test? Go to GED.com, create an account and access the tools available.
GED® testing is available at Spokane Community College, 1810 N Greene St., Building 16, Room 127.
How much time will the testing take?
The GED® test has four sections, and you can take one test at a time, or take up to four in one day.
Reasoning Through Language Arts: Two hours, 35 minutes
Math: Two hours
Science: One hour, 35 minutes
Social Studies: One hour, 35 minutes
The fee for all four tests is $120 or $30 per test.
Go to GED.com to schedule a test or call 509-533-7074 for more information.
Adult Basic Education Learning Centers
We teach adults in many convenient locations. Call us to find the center located closest to you. We are here to help.
You can also call one of the centers listed below to get started.
Colville: 509-685-2120 or 1-800-276-8040
Newport: 509-447-3553 or 1-888-323-2399
Pullman: 509-332-2706 or 1-888-743-4767
Republic: 509-775-3675 or 1-800-276-8040 ext. 5405