The Adult Education and Literacy Department at Kaskaskia College is reminding current and prospective GED students that the current GED testing will expire at the end of 2013, along with any accumulated scores.
There will be a new test beginning in January 2014. The KC adult education and literacy department is conducting preparatory classes for GED takers throughout the college district in preparation for current GED test as well as the new version coming in 2014.
The GED review class prepares students to pass the GED tests, which will earn them a high school equivalency certificate. The concentrations of study are language arts, reading and writing, science, social studies, mathematics and the constitution test.
The class is provided at no tuition cost to the students. Class space is limited and pre-registration is required. Passing the GED test can open up a world of new possibilities, and Kaskaskia College is unique in offering scholarships to its qualified GED graduates for up to two years of free tuition.
Call now or visit a Kaskaskia College extension center to register for a GED class orientation or to get more information at 1-800-642-0859, extension 3115.