GED® Test Preparation

  • Baltimore City Community College offers virtual and in-person GED prep classes to adults who are 18+ years of age. The instructional goal is to assist students with earning their Maryland high school diploma by preparing them to take four GED exams (Reasoning through Language Arts (RLA), Mathematical Reasoning (Math), Social Studies and Science). For more information on the GED® exams, click here.

    To begin the process, students are encouraged to view or attend an online information session to learn about TABE testing procedures and registration.

    Information sessions are held every Wednesday at 1 p.m. on ZOOM.

    Zoom session ID: 992 0366 7496
    Zoom session password: BCCC

    Along with teacher direct instruction, students will use other online platforms to hone in on their individual needs.

    Classes are at no cost to the student. 

    Here is how to get started:

    Come in person to our Harbor Campus 710 E. Lombard Street at the times indicated below. Walk in, no appointment needed. Please wear a mask and adhere to social distancing procedures.

    Monday - Arrive between 9 am and 12 noon.        

    Tuesday - Arrive between 9 am and 12 noon.

    Wednesday - Arrive between 9 am and 12 noon.

    Thursday - Arrive between 5 pm and 5:30 pm

    Under 19 – Those who are 18 must provide a completed form from their school as proof they are officially withdrawn.

    Disability Accommodations – Call 410-462-8585 to discuss options and procedures.

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

(Pre GED®) Courses are offered at no cost to you

  • Classes are offered two times per week at the following times:

    Morning: 9 a.m.—Noon
    Afternoon: 1—4 p.m.
    Evening: 5:30—8:30 p.m.

GED® Test Preparation

  • GED® Test Preparation: Includes class-room instruction, textbook, calculator, use of the computer lab, test taking strategies, GED® Ready Practice Test, and participation in transition activities.

Contact

  • BCCC - Harbor Campus
    710 East Lombard Street
    Baltimore, MD, 21202

    Darryl Rogers
    Director of Adult Basic Education and Literacy Services
    Workforce Development and Continuing Education
    410-986-5449
    Drogers@bccc.edu

    Amy Belt 
    Administrative Assistant
    Workforce Development and Continuing Education
    410-986-5447
    ABelt@bccc.edu

Last Modified on March 11, 2022