GED Preparation Classes
Short term classes to prepare you to take the GED

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Certificate of Competency, GED Preparation (Plan Code: 4212)

Free, noncredit courses to help students prepare for the GED. Instruction is self-paced and individualized in these 18-hour courses. Complete at least two courses to earn a Certificate of Competency.

The General Educational Development (GED) Preparation program prepares students with the essential skills for the GED test. Students gain knowledge and skills in language arts, social studies, math, and science. Students who reach competencies may advance to develop skills for the workplace and to prepare for future educational opportunities.

Required Courses

Complete THIRTY-SIX (36) hours from any two of the following:


GED 600 – GED Preparation: Language Arts – 18 hours

This course prepares students to take the GED language arts tests. Reading for meaning, identifying and creating arguments, and grammar and language to pass the GED language arts tests are covered via group and individualized instruction.

GED 605 – GED Preparation: Social Studies – 18 hours

This course prepares students to take the GED social studies test. Reading for meaning in social studies, analyzing historical events and arguments in social studies, and using numbers and graphs in social studies to pass the GED social studies test are covered via group and individualized instruction.

GED 610 – GED Preparation: Mathematics – 18 hours

This course prepares students to take the GED mathematics test. Math, geometry, basic algebra, and graphs and functions to pass the GED mathematics test are covered via individualized instruction.

GED 615 – GED Preparation: Science – 18 hours

This course prepares students to take the GED science test. Designing and interpreting science experiments, using numbers and graphics in science and reading for meaning in science to pass the GED science test are covered via individualized instruction.

 

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