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Prepare for the GED® tests
Prepare for the GED® tests with the help of our instructors. Our classroom instruction is based on best practices in adult education, and we target our lessons to help students develop the skills and knowledge they will need to pass a high school equivalency exam. It's okay if you have been out of school for a long time. We work with students at all levels in reading, writing, mathematics, social studies, and language arts.
Step 1: Sign Up for an Orientation/Registration Session
(Note: Students who are 16 or 17 years old must have a completed Minor Permission Form submitted prior to Orientation/Registration. Scroll down for more info.)
Call (828) 398-7433 or come to the Hemlock Building, office 303, 304, or 305 to sign up for one of our upcoming registration sessions. If you are interested in attending at our Madison Campus, please call (828) 649-2947 to reserve a space in the registration session held there. Orientation/Registration sessions are held about every two months, the week before a class session starts. Continuously enrolled students can pre-register for the next class session without having to go through an Orientation/Registration session again.
Step 2: Attend an Orientation/Registration Session (4 hours)
You will receive important information about the program, including class schedules, attendance requirements, and support services. You will also take a placement test, called a TABE, in math and language arts. Your test scores will help us place you in the appropriate level classes, and tailor our instruction to meet your individual needs. Before you leave, you will meet with someone to help you set your class schedule for the following eight weeks.
Step 3: Schedule Your Test
When you and your instructors believe that your skills are high enough to pass a GED® test, you will visit www.GED.com to register for a testing session. There is a per-test fee of about $20. You can pay online, or at the cashier window in the Hemlock Building. If you have been studying for the GED® test through A-B Tech's High School Equivalency Program, you may be eligible for financial assistance with the GED® test fee and with curriculum programs at A-B Tech. Ask your instructors for more information.
If students are 16 or 17 years of age, they must fill out a minor permission form before orientation. Minor Permission Forms can be picked up in the Hemlock Building, room 303, 304, or 305, Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.
For additional information, call (828) 398-7433 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.