OKCMLC has designated funds to help pay for GED/ HiSET testing fees. Scholarship criteria and instructions to apply are available here.
Scholarship requests must be submitted by a class instructor who can confirm the student has demonstrated preparedness to take the test. Instructors should allow two weeks to receive the voucher number for the scholarship.
GED/ HiSET are the most common tests given for High School Equivalency (HSE) tests in the OKC metro.
GED/HiSET classes and testing sites:
OIC of Oklahoma County* offers HiSET classes to students age 16 and above. Daytime classes are free, and students come at times that work for their schedules between 8am and 4pm, Monday to Thursday. Evening HiSET classes are offered Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 4:30 to 7:30pm for $40 per month. Students may start at any time of the year. An online HiSET class is available for $50 per month. Classes meet at 3033 North Walnut Ave., OKC (near the State Capitol). There is a $25 enrollment fee. To enroll, call 405-235-2651.
Community Literacy Centers, Inc. (CLC) offers HiSET classes Tuesday and Thursdays 1pm to 4pm at their offices at 5131 N. Classen Circle, Suite 204, OKC. To enroll, call 405-524-7323. Free.
Oklahoma City Community College* offers HSE classes through their Community Outreach & Education division. Classes meet in 8-week sessions on M/W or T/R in the morning or evening. Classes are offered at locations throughout the OKC Metro. To enroll, call 405-682-7873 or 405-682-7562 to reserve a spot in an enrollment orientation. Free.
The Online Academy* through Oklahoma City Community College offers HSE instruction for students who want to work through material online on their own in preparation for the GED/ HiSET test. To enroll, call 405-682-7873 to reserve a spot in a pre-enrollment orientation. Free.
Norman Adult Learning Center, part of Norman Public Schools, offers morning and evening class options that meet twice weekly for 2.5 hours. 405-366-1059.
Francis Tuttle Technology Center offers evening adult GED classes at their Rockwell campus for $109. Classes usually run one month, two evenings per week M/W or T/R. 12777 N. Rockwell, OKC. To enroll, call 405-717-4900.
Project Hope serves students ages 16-19 who have dropped out of the Cashion, Crescent, Deer Creek, Edmond, Putnam City, and Western Heights school districts. Through a partnership with Francis Tuttle Technology Center, students meet at their Rockwell campus, 12777 N. Rockwell, OKC, and also take career training classes. To enroll, call 405-717-4100. Free.
OSU-OKC* serves as a testing site for the computer-based GED test. The four-section test may be taken any time during regular Testing & Assessment Center hours.
MyGED offers explanations of the GED test and official practice tests.
*Serves as a testing site as well.
The following providers offer HSE closed-enrollment classes for participants in their programs:
Goodwill Industries of Central Oklahoma offers classes in four locations in the Metro for students referred by the Department of Human Services, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families program. To determine eligibility, contact DHS. 405-521-4391.
ReMerge is a female diversion program for pregnant women. 405-208-7200.
The Employment and Education Ministry (TEEM) breaks cycles of incarceration and poverty through education, personal development, and work readiness training. 405-235-5671.
The Training Oklahomans to be Productive (TOP) program at Francis Tuttle Technology Center’s Rockwell campus offers classes for students referred by the Department of Human Services, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families program. To determine eligibility, contact DHS. 405-521-4391.
To celebrate with a recipient of a HiSET test fee scholarship who has gone on to pursue his dreams, see this press release for Kenneth Ludolph, Coalition for Adult Basic Education Adult Learner of the Year.
Learning Express Library GED Test Prep may be accessed on the Metro Library website with a valid library card number.
Videos: GED Math Test
Florida Literacy Coalition has compiled a collection of free videos that cover math subject areas generally included on the GED. The video mini-lessons take students through subjects on the test from the basics like fractions, decimals, and percents, to more advanced subjects like solving equations, simplifying polynomial expressions, deconstructing word problems, and graphing. Many of the videos were developed by Khan Academy.
- When: On demand
- Where: Online
- Cost: Free
- Registration: NA