Pass


Your

GED® Test


It’s never too late to finish what you started in high school. Let us help you build a better future!

Schedule Orientation

Finish what you started. Earn your
GED® test credential at no cost to you.

It’s been on your mind. That itch to pass your GED® test. We want to help you make it happen.Your next step could be college!

For you:

It means crossing a major accomplishment off your list, setting yourself up for advancement in your career, and laying the groundwork for higher education.

For us:

It means making a difference. As part of our Good Neighbor Initiative, our family of colleges has helped more than 10,000 people pass the GED® test.

What we provide:

We’ll provide you with personal instruction, learning materials, and computerized practice tests. We’ll even pay your test fee, with no obligation to you.


This is your time to move ahead

Schedule your GED® test orientation to learn more today!







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**Must be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident, and at least 18 years of age

Be sure to arrive early! Latecomers will have to reschedule their orientation.

Questions? Concerns?

Frequently Asked Questions

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Q: Why should I get my GED® test credential?

A: Simple. Once you pass the GED test, you could attend college or get a better job. On average, those with a high school diploma or GED test credential earn $350,000 more over their lifetime.1

Q: What is the GED test?

A: GED stands for General Educational Development. Passing the GED test is the equivalent of a high school diploma. Most colleges and employers treat the GED test credential the same as a high school diploma.

Q: Is it really free?

A: Yes, free means free.

Q: Do you pay for the books and supplies?

A: Yes.

Q: Do you provide practice GED tests?

A: Yes.

Q: Does the school pay for my exam?

A: Yes.

Q: Will you help me if I get stuck?

A: Yes. We provide GED test tutoring—free, of course.

Q: Will I be able to pass?

A: When you come in, we’ll have you take a pretest. You'll know right away if you'll be able to complete the work and pass the exam.

Q: Why are you giving this away for free?

A: It’s part of our Good Neighbor Initiative. We want to help those who are interested in going to college. We want to contribute to our community. We want to be a good neighbor.

Q: What do you want from me?

A: If you're satisfied, all we ask is that you tell your friends, including on Facebook.

Now, schedule your GED test orientation!

Jennifer Chapman

"As a high school dropout, I was scared and confused about how I would ever go back to school. The classes helped me prepare for earning my GED test credential. It was quick and easy, not to mention 100% free. I'm now working toward my dream career."

Jennifer Chapman