The current version of the GED test is expiring at the end of 2013, and your scores will expire too if you don’t finish and pass the GED test by then. If you act soon, you won’t have to re-take the parts of the GED test you’ve already passed. Don’t miss this chance to turn one small step into your next big opportunity in life. You’re almost there!
What do I need to do to enroll in GED preparation classes?
Call or stop by to sign up for Tools for Success, the orientation class for new students. This 4-day class allows students to become familiar with the learning environment as well as to complete the assessments necessary to enroll into the program. New students must complete all four days to be eligible for registration. Day and evening sessions are available.
Adult Basic Education
GED Testing is administered on a set schedule several times each month. The exam consists of five tests: Writing (including an essay: suggested length of 200-250 words), Reading, Social Studies, Science, and Math (through Algebra and Geometry). At least three sessions are necessary to complete all tests. There is a fee for the GED exam. Examinees must present approved photo ID and be 19 years of age or older (or have the appropriate release form if between 16 and 18 years old).
GED Orientation/Pre-Registration is mandatory for all new examinees. No appointment required for orientation. Appointment is REQUIRED for GED testing.
Bring a valid picture ID:
For accommodated testing or questions about GED Testing, please call Jean Carmack 253-589-6045.
To schedule a test call 253-589-6045 or 253-589-5702.
|Language Arts, Reading||1 hour, 5 min|
|Language Arts, Writing I & II||2 hours|
|Mathematics I & II||1 hour, 30 min|
|Science||1 hour, 20 min|
|Social Studies||1 hour, 10 min|