**Due to the COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings, we are only offering online classes.
The GED Test
The website GED.com provides more information about the content of the test and enables students to set up a MyGED account. A MyGED account is required to take the GED test. The MyGED account will allow you to schedule the test and pay for it. There are five subjects tested: Reasoning through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, Social Studies, and Civics. The test currently costs $149 or $35 for RLA, SS, SCI, MAT. The Civics test is $9.
GED testing is available at Signal Peak, Superstition Mountain, and Aravaipa Campuses. For more information, click here.
Why TABE test?
The Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE) test is an assessment for students in GED preparation classes to identify what areas a student should focus on in their studies to be able to pass the GED tests. Student will take the TABE test during the first week of class. Instructors will review the results with the student to create an education plan. To review progress and assess readiness, students will be invited to progress test after 40 hours of instruction have been completed. Based on results, students and instructors can adjust the education plan and keep moving toward passing the GED tests.
TABE subtest focuses on spelling, punctuation, grammar, sentence and paragraph structure, etc.
TABE subtest focuses on vocabulary and reading comprehension.
TABE subtest focuses on basic math, fractions, percentages and the decimal system.
*TABE (INFORMATION FROM DRC INSIGHT)
Other ways to earn a GED
The College Credit Pathway is an option for adults seeking to obtain their High School Equivalency (HSE) Diploma in Arizona. Effective July 1, 2018, adults can earn their HSE Diploma by demonstrating completion of 25 specific college credits along with passing the AZ Civics Test.