Who is eligible?
Anyone age 16 or older and not currently enrolled in school is eligible to attend. Students may enter or exit the program at any time, based on their needs.
Prospective students, 16 & 17 years old, must obtain special permission to be enrolled, along with parent/legal guardian permission.
A withdrawal form from the last school attended must be submitted for all under-age youth. All prospective students must present valid photo identification with birth date.
Individuals 16 or 17 years old will need:
withdrawal form from the last school attended on school letterhead
parent’s permission form (available at office)
Individuals 18 and over will need
Five separate tests make up the GED battery of tests. Test questions range in difficulty from easy to hard, and cover a wide range of subjects. Most questions are multiple choice, and you will be required to write an essay. The content of the 5 tests are as follows:
- Language Arts, Writing Test is 120 minutes long and includes 50 questions and an essay. This test is divided into two parts.
- Language Arts, Reading Test is 65 minutes long and includes 40 questions.
- Social Studies Test is 70 minutes long and includes 50 questions.
- Science Test is 80 minutes long and includes 50 questions.
Mathematics Test is 90 minutes long and includes 50 questions. This test is divided into two parts. Part I allows the use of calculator, which is provided by the GED Testing Center.