This course will help you prepare for the GED. This course will review various course subjects, such as English, writing, reading, math, social studies, and science. This course includes practice GED exams, computer-assisted programs, individual tutoring, and counseling sessions. You MUST score a 239 on the CASAS assessment in order to enroll in this course.
Students must be 18 or older and no longer attending high school to enroll.
Our Ged preparation courses are designed to prepare students to pass all sections of the GEd. All GED classes are in person, however, all GED coursework is available online through our Aztec LMS.
For more information on taking the GED test or getting a GED transcript, you can visit GED.com.
The GED® test is made up of 4 subjects, broken into separate exams. You don’t have to take all 4 tests at once - you can space them out however it suits you and go at your own pace. Here is an overview of what is on the GED, by subject area.
Math - There are four main types of math on the GED exam. Basic math, Geometry, Algebra, Graphs, and Functions. 115-minute exam.
Science - The GED science test is a 90-minute exam with questions about earth and Space Science, Life Science, and Physical Science.
Language Arts/Writing - The RLA test assesses your ability to understand what you read and how to write clearly: Reading for meaning, Identifying and Creating Arguments, Grammar, and Language. 150-minute exam.
Social Studies - To pass the social studies section of the test, you won't be required to memorize facts about each subject. Instead, it will be more about social studies as it relates to real-life applications, including, Civics and Government (%0% of the section), U.S. History (20%), Economics (15%), Geography and the World (15%). 70-minute exam.