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Where to Take the GED® in Vermont

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Robin Castle, State Director of Adult Education and Literacy

Vermont Agency of Education
219 North Main St., Suite 402
Barre, VT 05641
Phone: (802) 479-1279

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Barre

Central Vermont Adult Basic Ed Inc
46 Washington Street Suite 100
Barre, VT 5641
802-476-4588

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Bennington

The Tutorial Center
208 Pleasant Street
Bennington, VT 5201
802-447-0111

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Brattleboro

Vermont Adult Learning
90 Birge Street
Brattleboro, VT 5301
802-257-9449

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Burlington

Vermont Adult Learning
29 Church St
Burlington, VT 5401
802-846-7245

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Colchester

Vermont Adult Learning
462 Hegeman Ave
Colchester, VT 5446
802-846-7245

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Middlebury

Addison County Learning Center
282 Boardman Street
Middlebury, VT 5753
802-388-43928

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Rutland

Vermont Adult Learning
16 Evelyn Street Suite 101
Rutland, VT 5701
802-775-0617

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St. Johnsbury

St Johnsbury Community Education Center
166 Railroad Street, Suite 2
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
(802) 748-5624

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Vermont State GED Test Eligibility Requirements

  • You do not have to be a resident of Vermont.
  • You cannot be enrolled in an accredited high school or be a high school graduate.
  • You must be 18 years old or older. However, if you are 16 or 17 you need a signed consent by a parent or guardian in order to test. Check out other rules and requirements for the Vermont GED test.
  • Cost: $30 (per subject); $120 (all subjects)
  • Passing score: 145 (minimum) in each subject
  • Accommodations: You must apply for disability accommodations through the GED test’s accommodations page.
  • After you pass the test, the State of Vermont will award you a GED certificate that will show you have achieved the same level of knowledge as a high school graduate.

Over 20 Million Adults

That’s how many have successfully passed the GED® Test. So why wait?

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"By the time I was 17, I found myself going into my freshman year of high school. I decided that taking the GED test might be a better option for me because I was so behind. This way, once I get my GED certificate I can start some online college classes which will work better with the way my life is scheduled now."

- Colin, Vermont