GED Preparation Classes:
- GED testing is now on line, however, we still have GED Prep classes for those who need review, etc. before taking the new GED;
- You may sign up for a GED prep class on Mondays or Tuesdays during the first few weeks of each quarter at 8:00 a.m. & 1:00 p.m. during the day, and Tuesday evenings ONLY at 5:30 p.m. in Room 505 on our BAS campus. (You need to call 835-1855, Extension 61505 prior to reporting to assure that there is still room for enrollment in the GED classes.);
- You must take a Reading placement test and score a 236 in order to take the GED prep class. Otherwise you can be enrolled into Basic Skills class until your score permits you to move up to GED. We re-test Basic skills students every five weeks for students to score the 236.
GED On-Line Testing Registration Information:
- BAS is no longer involved in an individual's signing up for GED testing;
- If you want to take the GED test at BAS, our BAS GED testing schedule is on-line at www.GED.com.
Sign up for MyGED today and follow step by step instructions:
- Register for the GED exams at: www.GED.com;
- Enter your email address, OR, click on the link to create an account;
- Verify your email address;
- Check the box agreeing to the Privacy Rules and Terms and Conditions;
- Click on "Sign Up" to complete the registration process;
- You select the available dates you wish to test, make a credit card payment, and then report on the dates you have been assigned;
- Note that you will only be able to select one or two tests per day (the entire test consists of four sections);
- The on-line study guides and practice test are accessible after you have completed the GED registration process for a fee of $6 each;
- You can take a GED test and two subsequent retests, with no restrictions between retakes. If you fail the second retest, the test taker must wait 60 days for each successive attempt.
How do I get my scores?
- Login to your MyGEDTM account by going to: www.GED.com;
- From the dashboard, select the scores tab;
- Be sure to click "View Details" to learn more about your score. You can find what your score means and how you can score higher, and if needed, how to retake the test.