GED® test sites are located all across Pennsylvania. Citizens of Pennsylvania wishing to advance their educational with the General Education Development (GED) Test must be 18 years of age. Adult learning centers and testing sites can be found online at https://ged.com/study/ged_classes/.
To take the GED Test in Pennsylvania, individuals must prove they live in the state with a valid driver’s license or other state-issued ID. Residents of other states are not allowed to take the exam in Pennsylvania regardless their proximity to a testing site, although this rule differs state to state. Pennsylvania GED test sites offer the GED in languages other than English. Check for availability and offerings at each site.
In Pennsylvania, the best place to get started is with a local adult education center. The teachers at your local center will offer you free help to learn about the test, study for the test, and pass every section. They’ll help you every step of the way as you complete your high school equivalency diploma.
Enter your zip code above, contact your local center, and get started!