General Educational Development (GED®) Test Preparation
The General Educational Development (GED®) program is non-graded and characterized by open entry/open exit, individualized instructional modules, flexible schedules, and performance-based evaluation. Placement into the program is based on a minimum score of 9.0 on the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) and an individual needs assessment.
A student who is under the age of 18 must be enrolled in the program, score 155 or above in all four (4) academic areas on the GED Ready test, have a letter of hardship from his/her parent/guardian, and have the Superintendent’s approval prior to taking the GED exam.
The GED® computer-based test includes four (4) subject areas:
Reasoning through Language Arts
Successful completion means a minimum score of 145 on each of the four subject-area tests.