GED Prep Registration
Passing the GED tests is a way to earn a secondary school credential without
graduating from a traditional high school. The GED is a seven-and-a-half hour
exam with four separate test sections that measure knowledge and skills that are
expected of high school graduates. South Carolina does not require that GED
candidates take a prep course before sitting down to take the tests. However,
enrolling in a preparatory course can help familiarize you with what is on the test,
the types of questions you will be asked, and the computer format being used for
the GED. Additionally, a prep course might help increase your scores. In our GED Prep
classes we identify what skills you already have, what skills you need to work on,
and which test taking skills you might need to develop in order to alleviate anxieties you may have.
Registration by appointment only. Call (803) 821-2950 to schedule your appointment.
Ways to get a Registration Form:
- Call (803) 821-2950 to reserve your time and request a form be sent to you
- Stop by our office to set up your appointment and pick up a form.
Once you complete the registration form, we will set up an appointment with you to come to the center
and take your TABE Assessment (Test of Adult Basic Education.) Allow 2 hours for this. Bring your state issued ID ,
$25 Registration Fee, and have your Social Security Number (the actual card is not necessary.)
When you finish your TABE Assessment, you will receive an orientation packet with
more information about program components and expectations.
(Scholarships are available for payment of GED tests, which total $150. Students
must meet program guidelines to be eligible for the scholarship.)