GED and College Prep
About the GEDThe GED Tests (2002 series) measure knowledge and skills in five different areas: language arts, writing; social studies; science; language arts, reading; and mathematics. An important feature of the GED Tests is an essay requiring the ability to write well. The GED Tests usually require some preparation on your part; overall, good basic skills at a high school level are needed to pass.
What: GED Orientation required prior to testing
When: Testing on Wednesdays by appointment only
GED testsLanguage Arts, Writing, Part I
Language Arts, Writing, Part II
Language Arts, Reading
- More than 96 percent of employers nationwide employ GED graduates on the same basis as high school
- graduates in terms of hiring, salary, and opportunity.
- 308 students earned their GED at the Adult Education Center in 2008-2009.
- Only seven out of ten graduating high school seniors earned passing scores when they took the GED tests as part of an annual nation-wide study.
Take the test by April 1 and walk down the aisle!
Please call (406) 281-5005 for more information and registration questions