The GED Online program is designed to fit the needs of students who are unable to attend a traditional class. Classes are open to students 18 years and older. This requirement assures that a student is capable of working without an instructor and ensures student success. A student must have access to a computer with internet capability in order to participate in this program. Students enrolled in GED Online are required to do all testing in person.
The GED online is a five part series of courses covering the five basic parts of the GED examination. It includes Language/Writing Skills, Math Skills, Science, Social Studies, and Literature/Fine Arts. GED Online is developed for adult learners who are unable to attend regularly scheduled classes. The students study in preparation for the GED test via computer from their homes or places of work. The courses include tutorials, applications, and mastery tests.
Materials and teacher support are free to enrolled students.
Requirements to enter GED Online
Attend and complete an Assessment/Orientation session
Minors 16 or 17 years of age must submit additional forms for GED Testing
An online pretest is required before beginning each study segment; this will result in an online study plan for you. The pre-test is the only portion that cannot be taken over. Once you have taken the pretest it will give you a grade and course of study needed to complete the segment. All assignments listed from the pretest must be completed before going on to the next segment.
For additional information, contact:
College and Career Readiness
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