Pass Your GED Exam
Need help passing the official GED test? We can help.
Project Learn offers classes that help students further develop their reading, writing and math skills in preparation for taking the GED test. Individuals who participate in this class must have at least a 4.0 reading level for Pre-GED and 9.0 level for GED and have a goal for getting their GED diploma. The Pre-GED class teaches students the skills necessary to pass the test. The GED class applies the skills in test situations and applications.
Interested in signing up for classes? They’re free! Project Learn has 23 locations throughout Summit County, including distance learning. Call 330-434-9461 for more information.
Project Learn offers students the capacity to work towards their GED through online courses that are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Students are paired with an online teacher who guides them through the learning process through online tests and lessons that match their needs.
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To learn more about the program, contact Carol Joy Powell at 330-434-9461 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know?
The official General Educational Development (GED) test is composed of five subtests, including:
- Writing Skills
This test consists of two parts. Part I is a measure of a candidate’s ability to recognize correct and effective English. It contains questions on sentence structure, capitalization, punctuation, usage, mechanics, and organization. In Part II, the tester demonstrates writing ability with a 250-300 word developed and focused essay.
- Social Studies
This test consists of a selection of passages from the fields of economics, political science, history, sociology, and anthropology. Where appropriate, a chart, graph, or map supplements the passage. On the whole, questions test the analysis and application of information and ideas in the passage.
This test consists of a selection of passages on a number of subjects in both the biological and physical sciences. Questions test the examinee’s ability to comprehend and analyze the content of each passage.
- Interpreting Literature and the Arts
This test consists of passages of popular literature, classical literature, and commentary on literature and the arts. Questions test the examinee’s ability to comprehend and analyze the content of each passage.
This test consists of mathematical problems in areas of number sense and operations; measurement and geometry, data, statistics and probability; and algebra, functions, and patterns.
The test takes about seven hours to complete and reflects the major and last outcomes normally acquired in a four-year high school program. The minimum score to pass the GED Test is an average of 450; however, individual subtests must score at least 410. Many people get their GED to get a job, advance in a job, to go to college or to qualify for military service.
Adults who are at least 16 years old and are officially withdrawn from school may be eligible to take the official GED test.