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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1. What is the GED Test and how do I get my GED? 

The GED Test is a high school completion option. If you are under 18 years old, you will need to contact your base high school about options to take the GED test.

 

There are 4 sections to the GED test: Reasoning through Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, and Math. Each section is scored separately and can be taken separately.

A passing score on the GED is 145 for each section.

 

You can register to take the GED on the website  www.ged.com . This site requires that you make a free account, pick a location to take a test, sign up for a date/time to take that test subject, and pay for the test by debit/credit card (cost is $30 per section).

 

Our program provides preparation classes for individuals that want to study to take their GED tests.

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2. How do I get a transcript/copy of my GED?

Unfortunately, our office does not have copies of GED transcripts or credentials.

 

To get a copy of your GED test scores you can request a copy of your transcript from www.ged.com . Please click on “Grads and Transcripts” and follow the instructions to order a copy of your transcript.

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3. How do I register for classes? 

We hold registration sessions at the beginning of each semester (August and January). Students MUST have an appointment to attend a registration session. Contact

our office for more information regarding registration dates and for steps to sign up for a registration session.

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4. How much do classes cost?

Our classes cost $75 each semester. Students must bring $75 in cash or credit card to registration in order to sign up.

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5. How long are the classes?

We run 2 semester of classes which run from September through mid- December and February through mid-May.

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