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"You've got this - pursue your GED and open doors to success!"

 

Wayne County


Michael Berry Career Center/ Dearborn Schools
22586 Ann Arbor Trail
Dearborn Heights, Michigan, 48127


(313) 827-1916 ask for Elham Farhat for GED program make appointment registration 313-
827-1900 There is an Arabic-speaking person.

Registration is now.


You can buy the voucher test per subject for practice on the following sites.


https://ged.com/study/practice_questions/
https://ged.com/study/ged_ready/
Can schedule to take the exam at (they recommend that you schedule one subject at a time.

GED.com
Select the location where to take the test.

Macomb


UCS Adult Education Programs

(586) 797-6906

Kristi Pappas
Kristi.pappas@uticak12.org


Old Walsh Elementary Door #1
38901 Dodge Park Road
Sterling Heights, MI 48312

 

https://www.uticak12.org/adult_ed

Can schedule the GED exam at Chippewa Valley
586-723-2050

Oakland County 

Troy Continuing Education
at the Niles Center
201 West Square Lake Road
Troy, MI  48098
 

Mary Jo Gale

Troy Continuing Ed Registrar

mjgale@troy.k12.mi.us

248-823-5186

 

 

We have classes that run 4 days a week, Monday through Thursday.  The morning class runs from 8:45 am-12:30 pm and the evening class runs from 6 pm-9:45 pm.  Students must attend 4 days in the morning or 4 days in the evening.  The courses consist of mainly computer learning with a teacher available for assistance.  Learning is self-paced.  Students need to call (248-823-5168) or email (mjgale@troy.k12.mi.us) for an appointment to get registered.  Most registration appointments are in the afternoon or evening.  The registration process takes 2 to 2.5 hours for paperwork and placement testing in math and English.  Students need to bring a picture ID, social security number (if available), and a $25 registration fee.  Students must score at the 5th-grade level or above for math and reading.  If math is low, we recommend a private tutor.  If reading is low, we refer students to ESL online or Oakland Literacy Council.  Oftentimes, students not born in America need to start in our ESL program before beginning GED-level classes.  It takes about 2 years on average to prep for the GED test.  Unfortunately, the process is not quick.

 

The GED consists of 4 subject tests: math, science, social studies, and English.  Students can take the GED anytime; preparation classes are not required.  Students do not have to take all the tests at the same time.  Students can wait many months or even years between subject tests.  When students pass a specific subject test, they do not need to take that subject test again.  For more information on GED or to register for the test, go to: www.myged.com 

 

https://ged.com/study/free_online_ged_test/

Free Online GED® Sample Tests

Wayne County
Macomb
Oakland
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