Looking for GED classes in Dallas, Texas? Hopefully this article will help.
1900 Dallas Dropouts per Month search the Internet for Help
I was a bit shocked when I learned from Google that 1900 people a month search Google for the phrase “Dallas GED”. That’s why, after writing about the NYC GED, the Chicago GED, and the Los Angeles GED, I turned my attention to writing something about getting a GED in Dallas. I do hope this article helps you. If you have friends in Houston, here’s Houston GED info.
First Step, Visit the State of Texas Official GED Site for Information
If you have any question about taking the GED test in the state of Texas, visiting Texas’s official website at Texas State GED is essential. So far, I have studied the New York and California state websites regarding GED information. The easiest website to date has been the New York State GED web page.
Official Texas GED Test centers took a while to find on the Internet, click herefor more information. It’s unclear how current the Texas GED test center page is because there’s no last update stamp on it, but it’s a seemingly long list of possible test centers.
At this time I can’t easily find a list of GED preparation centers in Texas.
Finding GED testing centers and GED classes in Dallas
I would offer three basic methods for finding GED help in Dallas, Texas.
- Use the State of Texas website, find testing centers in Dallas, and call them for more information.
- Research Dallas GED using the Google search engine (then Yahoo, then Bing).
- Visit your local community college in Dallas, TX.
Use the State of Texas website
Just visit the Official Texas GED Test centers web page to find official GED test centers in Texas. Why are they official? They applied for permission to the State of Texas to offer a GED test. The State of Texas lists approximately half a dozen GED test centers in Houston. One is a high school, several are junior colleges, and several are universities such as the University of Houston. Visit the Official Texas GED Test centers web page, look for the city of Houston, and phone/email the contacts who manage those GED test centers.
Research Dallas GED using Google
A number of things attracted me when searching for Dallas GED on Google.
GED Classes at the Lochwood Library in Dallas, Texas
Visit GED Classes at Lochwood Library for more GED class information.
Mondays and Wednesdays, 5 – 8 p.m. except for scheduled school vacation Free classes to prepare adults to pass the test for the General Equivalency Diploma (GED). Sponsored by Dallas Independent School District.
Dallas Mayor’s Office
Google seemed to think that visiting the Dallas mayor’s office was a good idea for GED seekers. Actually, the mayor’s office of Dallas did not have any immediate help for people looking to study or pass the GED. But I did find the central library information. Visit, phone, or email the library shown below and ask if any Dallas libraries offer GED classes or testing.
J. Erik Jonsson Central Library
1515 Young Street | Dallas, TX 75201 | email@example.com
Switchboard: 214-670-1400 | Reference: 214-670-1700 | TDD/TTY: 214-670-1716
LIFT – Literacy Instruction for Texas
Although their website isn’t working perfectly today, do visit the LIFT GED web page. You’ll discover at http://www.lift-texas.org/programs/ged-prep that they offer both GED training from volunteers and an online GED training service.
Visit your local community college
If you’re not interested in doing much research, just contact a local community college in Dallas, Texas. Just make sure the institution you contact is a public, not a private college.
Texas GED Test in Spanish
The State of Texas website did indicate that you can take the GED test in Texas in English, Spanish, or French. But immediate help for studying for the GED in the Dallas area in Spanish was not easily available.
You can pass the GED test and it begins today
Who are you? Are you a 17 year old dropout? Are you the parent of a high school dropout? Whoever you are, you can pass the GED test. It just takes time, study, and discipline. If I told you that you could pass the GED test would you believe me? 99.2% of first time GED test takers passed the GED in the state of Iowa in 2009. If you’d like to learn how, visit How to Pass the GED, my new website.
Why does a guy from Chicago, IL care about Dallas, Texas high school dropouts?
I’ve seen most of Europe and many parts of the U.S., but never Texas. In my Chicago neighborhood, I know decent people who have dropped out of high school. I just know that thousands of people visit the Internet each month looking for help researching the phrase Dallas GED. Here’s hoping this article helped you in your efforts to find GED help in Dallas, Texas.