FREE GED PRACTICE TESTS
For over 60 years the GED Test has provided adults who did not complete their formal high school program the opportunity to achieve a high school diploma. The test consists of five content area assessments, including: Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.
From October 22 – 24, 2012, Stratford Continuing Education will be offering a free opportunity to Stratford residents to join our current students and participate in taking a Practice GED Test. The Practice GED Test will include all five content areas that are administered during an official test. For those individuals without a high school diploma, the Practice GED Test is an opportunity to experience the testing process and become familiar with academic expectations. In addition to taking the test, all test-takers will have a one-on-one meeting with a Stratford Continuing Education faculty member who will explain that student’s individual scores and discuss the implications. The meeting will help students understand their current academic abilities and what steps can be taken to prepare for the actual GED test.
As a public service to the community, Stratford Continuing Education also offers, free-of-charge, courses in the five content areas of the GED taught by State-certified teachers Monday through Thursday nights at Stratford High School.
For further information, call Stratford Continuing Education at 203-385-4270.