The GED Test cannot be taken online
We want your path to a GED credential to be as satisfying and rewarding as possible. So before you get started, we must remind you that the official GED Tests cannot be taken online; beware of web sites and other sources that tell you otherwise.
If you take a test on the Internet that claims to be the GED Tests, it is not a legitimate program. Some people may find out later that it is an alternative diploma or that it is a diploma mill. Click here to find out more.
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Welcome to Project Learn Adult Education
Welcome to Project Learn, the adult education program for Marshall, Maury, and Williamson County! We will help you prepare for the High School Equivalency Test through free classes and personalized attention. Project Learn offers FREE day and evening classes and all students must attend registration before starting class.
Click the HSE Information on the left menu for information regarding the test.
Beginning January 2, 2014, Tennessee's new high school equivalency test will be the HiSET test developed by Educational Testing Service.
Click on Your County for Class Registration Dates and County Program Information
For more information call Sheryl Jordan 931-626-4149