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Adult Literacy-GED® Test Preparation Program
240-567-8950

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GED® Community Information Sessions Class Schedules GED® Test

GED® Test Preparation Classes For Montgomery County Adults
Who Need To Get Their High School Diploma

    To Register:
  1. Decide when you can go to class - day, night, or Saturday.
  2. Check the Class Schedule, and choose a center that has classes at the time you can attend.
  3. At registration, you will participate in the program orientation. You will be given additional information as to when to return to the site for CASAS Math test and CASAS Reading test. You must take all 2 tests. This is to determine your proper class level either, Adult Basic Education, Pre-GED® test preparation or GED® test preparation.
  4. At registration, you will participate in the program orientation and take the Life Skills, (CASAS Math) test. You will be given additional information as to when to return to the site for a free academic Mathematics placement test and the Language Arts Life Skills exam. You must take all three tests. This is to determine your proper class level either, Adult Basic Education, Pre-GED® test preparation or GED® test preparation.
  5. GED® test preparation level students MUST pay tuition.
  6. Textbooks for personal use will be available for purchase during the first week of class.

For information on schedules and registration, call 240-567-8950 or visit the web site at www.montgomerycollege.edu/wdce/aelg. Click on the section entitled GED® and you will see the various times of the day for classes. Attending the Community Information session is recommended, though it is not mandatory to go to one before registering for classes.

Please Note:
For students to be eligible for GED® test preparation classes they must be age 16 years or older, a Montgomery County resident, and not enrolled in a private or public high school. You must be officially withdrawn from school before enrolling in our program. If you are in possession of a high school diploma you received in another country, it is valid in the USA and you do not need to take GED® test preparation classes. If the document is in another language however, you would need to get it translated into English before you could apply to a college.
For more information about the GED® test, visit:
www.gedpractice.com
www.gedtest.org
www.gogedgo.org

This program is funded by the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation, the U.S. Department of Education, and the Montgomery County Government. Montgomery College is an academic institution that is committed to equal opportunity and fostering diversity among its student body, faculty, and staff.

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Montgomery College
Workforce Development & Continuing Education
Adult ESOL & Literacy- GED® Test Preparation Program
Office: 11002 Veirs Mill Road, Room 210
Wheaton, Maryland 20902

 

Contact Us:
Phone Number : 240-567-8950
email: esol@montgomerycollege.edu
email: ged@montgomerycollege.edu

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