PRE GED PREPARATION
GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
When: Session 1: October 3 – December 12
Time: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Session 2: January 30 – April
Time: 10:00 am—1:00 pm
4 Saturdays, 10:00 –2:00
Nanton Public Library
Claresholm Public Library
Granum Public Library
Fort Macleod Public Library
Fee: $ 250.00
Laura Glover, MMus., B.Ed.
Peter Wynalda, BSc., B.Ed.
This is video-conferenced.
The process of obtaining a High School Equivalency Diploma requires that a registered individual complete and pass five subject tests. The five General Educational Development (GED) Tests are
Test1:Language Arts—Writing Test (Part I and Part II)
Test5: Mathematics (Part I and Part II)
A person, 18 years or older, who has been out of school for at least 10 consecutive months, who passes all five tests in the General Educational Development (GED) test battery with a minimum standard score of 450 or better in each test, and meets the eligibility requirements, will be granted a High School Equivalency Diploma. Fee includes textbook, information materials and a pre-assessment. The final exam will be at Lethbridge College at a cost of $ 265.00.
These courses are also on offer through Crowsnest Pass Adult Learning, Pincher Creek Adult Learning, and Cardston Adult Learning.