Overview

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    The BCCC Adult Basic Education (ABE) Department housed within the Workforce Development and Continuing Education Division is a leader in helping adults achieve functional literacy and important life skills. The BCCC is the largest provider of literacy services in Baltimore City.

    The Basic Skills Preparation Program provides reading, writing, and math preparation for individuals who are not academically ready to enroll in a GED® Test Preparation class. During this time, classes are being offered online.

    Before you can register for our free GED® Test Preparation or Basic Skills (Pre GED®) course, you must be assessed to determine your appropriate placement level.  Attend an information session to learn about the testing and registration process. 

    Pre-Register for ABE/GED® Classes

    GED Prep Class Online Info Sessions

    The assessment is provided at no cost to you. Please allow yourself approximately 3 hours to complete the assessment.

    To schedule an appointment, call Tania Baker at 410-986-5414 (Last name A-J) or Traci Brown at 410-986-5424 (last name K-Z) or email us at GED@BCCC.edu. You must be at least 18 years of age to enroll. New students will be required to view an online orientation.

    Supplementary Computer Literacy and Math only classes are offered to those preparing for their GED® Test.

    Heather Lamb, Ed.D.
    Director of Adult Basic Education and Literacy Services 
    Workforce Development and Continuing Education
    Baltimore City Community College
    410.986.5449

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

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