The High School Equivalency/General Educational Development (GED) ® tests are a group of four subject tests -- Language Arts (Reading and Writing); Social Studies; Science, and Mathematics -- which, when passed, certify that the taker has American high school-level academic skills.
You can take the test on the Main campus. For more information on where and when to sign up for and take the test, check the Assessment and Testing Center web site.
CASAS is the most widely used competency-based assessment system in the United States designed to assess the relevant real-world basic skills of adult learners. CASAS measures the basic skills and the English language and literacy skills needed to function effectively at work and in life.
This list of books (above) is from the library's collection. Use the Holman Library Catalog to find books and media.You can check them out with your student ID card.
Check these sites for practice and sample High School Equivalency/GED ® questions. There are plenty of free resources for sample questions out there, so don't pay!