GED® Test Preparation
GED® Test Preparation classes are designed for adults 18+ years of age who have not earned a high school diploma and who are not currently enrolled in a school program. Instruction helps students prepare to take the General Educational Development (GED®) Test to earn a Maryland high school diploma. Find more information on the GED® Test here.
For entry into GED® Test Preparation classes, come to 710 E. Lombard St., Room 61, to take a three-hour assessment.
Hours of testing are:
Monday, Wednesday 8 a.m. — 5 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday 8 a.m. — 8:30 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. — 2 p.m.
- 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
Supplementary Math, RLA, and Computer Literacy classes are offered to those preparing for their GED® Test.
$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.
BCCC is an official testing site for the GED® test. Learn more here.
This website or any of the products or services described on this website are not endorsed by ACE or GED® Testing Service.