GED® Test Preparation

GED® Test Preparation classes are designed for adults 16 years of age or older who have not earned their high school diplomas and who are not currently enrolled in a school program. Instruction helps students prepare to take the General Educational Development (GED®) Test, so they can receive their Maryland high school diploma. The test consists of four program areas: social studies, science, reasoning through language arts, and mathematical reasoning.

Based on the results of their Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS) pre-test scores, which the College administers, students will be advised to register for the next available GED® Test Preparation class.

Program Components
  • Classroom instruction – 120 hours
  • Orientation sessions
  • Life skills seminar and transition support services 
  • Individualized computer-aided instruction
  • Test-taking strategies
  • GED Ready™: The Official Practice Test
  • Graduation ceremony

$80 (includes textbook, calculator, and erasable white board)

Returning Students Tuition
Students may repeat the course until successful. Tuition is $45 for students repeating a course taken within the previous six months. For returning students, the textbook and/or calculator are paid for separately, if needed.

Contact Information
410-986-5435 or 410-986-5444

This website or any of the products or services described on this website are not endorsed or approved by ACE or GED® Testing Service.