General Education Development (GED)
The General Education Development (GED) Tests cover the same subjects that people study in high school. The five subject areas are Reading, Writing, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics. You will not be required to know all of the information that is usually taught in high school. However, you will be tested on your ability to read and process information, solve problems, and communicate effectively.
Who administers the GED test?
The GED Tests consists of five tests. The GED Testing Service makes them available to adults who did not graduate from high school. When you pass the GED tests, you will receive a high-school diploma.
How do I prepare?
Preparation will help you pass the GED tests. Next Step provides instruction and practice in the required skill areas.
What is the format of the class?
The GED Prep class is a small group setting (maximum five students), with two hours of in-class instruction per week and at least two hours of homework each week. The first step is meeting with our Training and Development Manager for an assessment. The assessment and the course are both FREE. We receive funding from the MTCU (Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities) to offer this program.
When is the class?
This class will be offered on either Monday evenings from 7:00-9:00 p.m. or Thursday afternoons from 3:00-5:00 p.m. based on interest.
The course will begin based on registration.
How do I sign-up?
Fill-in our form and send it in or contact us at 705-435-5624 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org