Continuing Education

General Equivalency Diploma

GED Test Preparation

College & Career Readiness

The GED testing program will change in January 2014 to become more than the high school equivalency. The new test will continue to provide adults the opportunity to earn a high school credential, but it goes further by measuring career- and college-readiness skills that are the focus of today’s curriculum and tomorrow’s success.

Four content areas—literacy, mathematics, science, and social studies—will measure a foundational core of knowledge and skills that are essential for career and college readiness.

This means that all GED test-takers must start fresh after January 1, 2014. Old scores will no longer be carried forward. There will be more emphasis on critical thinking, more questions on science, and more writing.

We are providing the test prep for the new exams.

NEW College & Career Readiness

Intensive Option: College & Career Readiness
Ideal for re-testers, for improved skills in the workplace and those
seeking support for individual subjects.

SAVE! Take all Intensive Options for $205
(Math, Reading and Writing)

College & Career Readiness: MATH 1
CCR 15/$100 (6 sessions)
Students must have a grasp of basic operations in addition and subtraction and have an understanding of written English.
Sec SU1: Wed 6:30-8:30 pm Jun 4-Jul 9
Sec SU2: Sat 12-2 pm Jun 7-Jul 19

College & Career Readiness: READING 1
CCR 06/$60 (6 sessions)
Materials in reading cover topics in science and social studies. This is an entry-level class. Students must have a basic understanding of written English.
Sec SU1: Mon 6:30-7:30 pm Jun 9-Jul 14
Sec SU2: Sat 9:15-10:15 am Jun 7-Jul 19

College & Career Readiness: WRITING 1
CCR 07/$60 (6 sessions)
Writing materials cover topics in science and social studies. This is an entry level class. Students must have a basic understanding of written English.
Sec SU1: Mon 7:45-8:45 pm Jun 9-Jul 14
Sec SU2: Sat 10:30-11:30 am Jun 7-Jul 19

College & Career Readiness: MATH 2
CCR 16/$100 (6 sessions)
Students should have at least a 9th grade math level, tested with a 300 or better on the GED or obtain department approval.
Sec SU1: Wed 6:30-8:30 pm Jul 16-Aug 20
Sec SU2: Sat 12-2 pm Jul 26-Sep 6

College & Career Readiness: READING 2
CCR 08/$60 (6 sessions)
Materials in reading cover topics in science and social studies. Students should have at least a 9th grade reading level, tested 300 or better on the GED.
Sec SU1: Tue 6:30-7:30 pm Jul 29-Sep 2
Sec SU2: Sat 9:15-10:15 am Jul 26-Sep 6

College & Career Readiness: WRITING 2
CCR 09/$60 (6 sessions)
Writing materials cover topics in science and social studies. Students should have at least a 9th grade writing level, tested 300 or better on the GED or obtain department approval for this class.
Sec SU1: Tue 7:45-8:45 pm Jul 29-Sep 2
Sec SU2: Sat 10:30-11:30 am Jul 26-Sep 6

* Does not include $20 registration fee charged per semester. Classes may take place at either COTC or LEHC.


Last modified: Jun 23, 2014

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