High School Equivalency (HSE | GED®) Information

When reviewing testing information it is critical you follow all procedures or you could be ineligible to test.

The GED® Test is now one of several High School Equivalency (HSE) Tests available nationwide.  Arizona currently only offers the GED® Test, but may offer other options in future years.

Test Prep & Practice Tests

GED® Test Preparation and Study Materialsopens a new window - Adult Education Services | Arizona Department of Education

Information about testing locations, exam fees, HSE preparation classes, the GED® test, transcript request procedures, sample test questions, and more.


Adult Basic Education for College & Career (ABECC) and High School Equivalency (HSE)opens a new window - Pima Community College
opens a new window
Phone/Teléphono: 520-206-7330
Email/Correo electrónico: adulted@pima.edu

"Explore how PCC's Adult Basic Education for College & Career (ABECC) program can help you improve your reading, writing and math skills, earn a High School Equivalency (HSE) diploma, improve your English language skills, and more!"


LearningExpressLibrary High School Equivalency Centeropens a new window - Pima County Public Library Online Resource

Login with your library card to prepare for the HSE test at no cost.

Brainfuse Online Tutoringopens a new window - Pima County Public Library Online Resource

HSE/GED® test preparation and online tutoring. Sign in with your library card. It's free.


My GEDopens a new window - GED Testing Service

Take practice tests for a fee.

Taking the Test

GED® Testing and Accommodationsopens a new window - Adult Education Services | Arizona Department of Education

Register, locate a testing location, how to request accommodations.


Take Your High School Equivalency (HSE) Testopens a new window - Pima Community College

How to register for the test, pricing and forms of payment accepted, how to check scores.

Special Instructions:

  • 16 or 17 year-olds need to bring their Official School Withdrawal Form and Notarized Parent Permission to the Community Campus for release before they may schedule a test.

Testing Fee Assistance

Testing fee assistance may be available from the following locations. Most agencies have requirements related to GED® testing assistance. Please contact the agency or organization directly to see if you qualify.

AFSCMEopens a new window GED® test scholarship (ny AFSCME member or family of a member)
520-206-3800 or 520-206-3550

Fred Acosta Job Corps Centeropens a new window
901 S. Campbell Ave. Tucson, AZ 85719
520-792-3015

Pima Community College Adult Education opens a new window
1255 N Stone Ave, Tucson, AZ 85709
520-206-7330

Pima County OneStopopens a new window - Rio Nuevo
340 N Commerce Park Loop, Tortolita Building, Tucson, AZ 85745
520-724-7650

Pima County OneStopopens a new window - Kino
2797 E. Ajo Way, Tucson, AZ 85713
520-243-6700

Las Artes Youth Programopens a new window
23 W. 27th St., Tucson, AZ 85713
520-724-5050

Adult Probation Department LEARN Program
opens a new window
See website for locations & contact info

Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizonaopens a new window
4726 W. Calle Tetakusim, Tucson, AZ 85757
520-879-5701 or 520-879-5719
*Provides assistance to enrolled tribal members

Tohono O’odham Nationopens a new window
PO Box 837, Sells, AZ 85634
520-573-4000 or 520-383-4251
*Provides assistance to enrolled tribal members

Sources:

List of Agencies that May Possibly Offer GED Testing Fee Assistance”. Information sent by sent by Pima Community College Adult Education/Testing Office. 12/3/2012

Research by PCPL staff 6/12/2014


Find the information you need by calling the library's Infoline at 520-791-4010 or by sending your question to Askalibrarian.