IN-PERSON GED PROGRAM
WHAT IS THE GED?
Test your knowledge.
The GED is an exam that tests a person's knowledge of high school level material in mathematics, science, social studies, and language arts. There are many meanings for the abbreviation GED, but the correct definition is the General Educational Development Test. This test consists of four separate exams that you can take in any order, or all at once, it’s up to you!
WHY SHOULD I EARN MY GED?
Secure your future.
The GED serves as a key that can unlock a better future for you and your family. Once you earn your GED, you can apply for better-paying jobs, advance in your career, apply to college, apply for scholarships, join the armed services, and set a positive example for those around you. The reasons why you should earn your GED are endless!
SOUTH BALDWIN LITERACY COUNCIL AND THE GED
Our program is like no other.
The South Baldwin Literacy Council’s In-Person GED Program is a self-paced, tutor-guided program designed to allow students to successfully complete their GED with personalized one-on-one help. Students are provided with ample resources to achieve their highest scores. In addition, students have the opportunity to come to weekly study groups where tutors are available to assist as needed. Our GED tutoring services are completely FREE.
HOW IT WORKS
Take the first step and register for our In-Person GED Program.
CREATE A STUDY PLAN
We'll review your score and create a personalized study plan.
Meet with our staff to discuss your learning needs and goals. We'll schedule you for an Official GED Practice Test.
Work with a tutor to achieve your goal! Students typically work with a tutor 1-4 hours each week.
TAKE A PRACTICE TEST
Take an Official GED Practice Test in the subject of your choice.
PASS THE EXAM
Take your Official GED Exam. Once you've completed all four subjects - you're an Official GED Graduate!