These courses are FREE to residents of Farmington, Unionville, Avon, Canton, Collinsville, Burlington, and Harwinton. Registration is required for ALL courses! This program prepares adult learners to pass the 4-part, computer-based GED® exam to earn a State of CT diploma. Students receive necessary instruction in each of the 4 subject areas – Science, Social Studies, Math, and Language Arts – plus basic computer skills to take the exam. Instructors will also review the GED® website (www.ged.com), where students can access related exam information and exam registration procedures. Register online for the GED® Preparation courses. Once registered, you will be contacted by the instructor to verify your registration information and to schedule assessment testing. Classes are available as well as online. For more information, please call (860) 404-0290. ¡Gracias por registrarse para el curso de preparación de GED de otoño! El instructor se comunicará con usted antes de la clase para verificar su información de registro y programar las pruebas de evaluación. Si tiene alguna pregunta, llame a nuestra oficina al (860) 404-0290. What is MyGED®? MyGED™ is your start-to-finish tool for the GED® program. Flexible, convenient, and the support you need before and after the GED® test. Built with you in mind, MyGED™ helps you take control of your life and your future. Register today and test in January. Get started now at www.GED.com! What’s the 2016 GED® test like? The GED® test has been updated to make sure it measures what graduating high school seniors know and what colleges and employers will expect of you. Offered on the computer (paper available for accommodations only) English and Spanish Four (4) parts: Science (90 min.) Social Studies (90 min.) Reasoning Through Language Arts (150 min. including a 10-min. break) Mathematical Reasoning (90 min.) Where can I study? Contact Farmington Continuing Education at (860) 404-0290 or sign up for MyGED™ at www.GED.com and click on “Study” to find tools, free practice test questions, and GED Ready™: The Official Practice Test. When can I schedule? Scheduling is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week with MyGED™ at www.GED.com. Login and click on “Schedule Test” on the top. Once you complete the scheduling questions you’ll be directed to choose your language, subject, and the day and time that works best for you to test. You can also schedule one test at a time to make sure you feel prepared every time. What is the passing score? On the GED® test you need to earn at least 150 points on each subject to pass. To find out if you’re likely to pass, take GED Ready™: The Official Practice Test - the only test that can tell you if you’re likely to pass. Sign into MyGED™ at www.GED.com to get ready with GED Ready™. Am I eligible to take the GED® tests? To register for the GED® examination, an individual should: be 17 years of age or older; not be enrolled in school; and not have graduated from high school. At the time of registration, individuals 17 and 18 years old must submit documentation from the last high school attended that they have: been officially withdrawn from school for at least six months (17 year-olds must have a withdrawal form with a parent or guardian signature); or the class with which they entered ninth grade (or would have entered if never enrolled in high school) has already graduated. Individuals (17 or 18 years old) who are homeschooled and wish to take the GED® Test should contact the GED® Office at (860) 807-2111 or email email@example.com. Individuals who have earned diplomas in countries that do not participate in the GED® testing program are also eligible to take the GED® examination if they meet all other eligibility requirements. What are the fees to take the GED® Tests in Connecticut? An applicant 21 years of age or older and a non-veteran must pay an initial fee of $13 to take the test. The fee to retake or reapply for the test is also $13. These fees include the cost of the diploma. Only veterans and applicants under the age of 21 are exempt from fees. (Veterans must have served at least 181 days of active duty at the time of registration.) All fees are non-refundable and must be paid at the time of registration. Fees should be paid in the form of a money order or certified check made out to the appropriate local or regional board of education. The registrar will instruct the applicant in this regard. How should I register to take the GED® Tests? To register for the GED® tests, all candidates must complete an application in person, at an adult education office or other official GED® registration site. Please see the Adult Education Provider Directory for the contact information of the adult education program that serves your town. At the time of registration: Individuals are required to show a current, valid, government photo ID (driver's license, passport) to the GED® registrar as proof of identity. Individuals 17 and 18 years of age should present documentation (see above) that they have been withdrawn from school for at least six months. Non-veterans who are 21 years of age or older should bring a money order or certified check for $13 (see fees above). All candidates must agree to comply with GED® Testing Service policies regarding the responsibilities of GED® examinees and the ownership of test scores. A notice of examination letter is mailed approximately a week before the GED® Tests are administered. They confirm the date, location, and time of your GED® testing. If your GED® testing is less than a week away and you have not received this notice, please call the GED® Office at (860) 807-2111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Practice tests are strongly recommended and are available at most registration sites. Do I have to register to take the entire GED® Test battery (i.e. all four subject area tests) during one test cycle? No. Examinees do not have to take the entire battery (i.e. all four subtests) during one test cycle. Instead, an examinee may take any one or a combination of subtests for which he or she is eligible. However, a new application must be completed in person, and submitted with the reapplication fee of $13, in time for the next desired test cycle (veterans and individuals under the age of 21 are exempt from fees).