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GED Prep Training

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GED Prep Classes

60-Hour Course

This course is a 60-hour preparation course that covers GED exam topics.

Board of Education

This course is approved by the Board of Education.


This course will be a blend of online learning and in-person.

Course Description and Details

Are you preparing to take the GED test? Then you'll need a comprehensive GED prep course that covers all the topics, tests your knowledge, and boosts your confidence. Our GED prep course offers an in-depth overview of all four content areas: Social Studies, Science, Language Arts, and Mathematics. You’ll learn how to approach the questions and maximize your score on each part of the test. Plus, our experienced instructors will help you identify and address any weak spots so that you can improve your overall performance. Read on for more details about what’s included in our GED prep course!

The GED® prep course is designed for students who want to earn their high school equivalency diploma. The course provides an overview of the GED® test, as well as test-taking strategies and tips. The course also covers math, reading, writing, and social studies, so students can review the content areas before taking the GED® test.

Course Requirements


To be eligible to take the GED, you must be at least 18 years old and not enrolled in high school. You will need to provide a government-issued ID when you register for the exam.

The GED consists of four subject tests: Language Arts (Reading and Writing), Social Studies, Science, and Math. You can take all four tests at once, or you can take them one at a time. Most people take the tests one at a time.

You have two hours for each test, except for the Math test which is 90 minutes. There is no break between the tests, so make sure you pace yourself.

You can register for the GED online or by mail. Once you register, you will be given a list of testing centers in your area.

Course Duration

Our GED prep course is designed to last for a total of six weeks. Throughout the duration of the course, students will attend classes four days a week for three hours each day. In addition to attending class, students will also be expected to complete weekly homework assignments.

Reasons to Get a GED

There are many reasons why someone may want to get a GED. Maybe you didn't finish high school, or maybe you want to improve their job prospects. Whatever the reason, getting a GED can be a great way to improve your life.

Here are some of the top reasons to get a GED:

1. Get a Better Job

One of the main reasons people get their GED is to improve their job prospects. Having a GED can help you get a better job, or even qualify for jobs that you couldn't get without one.

2. Make More Money

Another reason to get your GED is to make more money. People with a GED typically earn more than those without one. So if you're looking to increase your earnings potential, getting your GED is a great place to start.

3. Go Back to School

If you've been out of school for awhile, or never finished high school, getting your GED can help you go back to school and further your education. Many colleges and universities accept students with a GED, so it can be a great way to start or continue your education.

4. Improve Your Life Skills

Getting your GED can also help you improve your life skills. The GED covers important topics like math, reading, and writing, which can help you in all aspects of life. Whether you're looking to manage your finances better or just

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