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ged TEST Preparation

Welcome to the GED Test Preparation Program at The Reading People. Our FREE GED program provides students with the opportunity to earn their High School Equivalency and expand their employment and education possibilities. The GED test is made up of four subjects: math, language arts, social studies, and science. We understand that many adult learners have busy schedules, so we provide study materials for each GED subject and allow students to work at their own pace.

GED Program Highlights

All GED services are offered 100% free of charge.

  • Individualized Tutoring: Our experienced tutors offer personalized one-on-one GED tutoring sessions tailored to your specific needs and learning pace. They work closely with you to ensure you understand the content requirements and improve your study skills.

  • Weekly Practice Tests and Progress Meetings: Students come to our facility on a weekly basis to take practice tests and meet with our GED coordinator to discuss their progress.

  • Flexible Learning Options: We offer independent study options, tutoring support, and GED classes to cater to different learning preferences and schedules.

Assessment and Enrollment Process

To get started, we begin with an assessment to determine your current reading and math proficiency level. Our GED coordinator will conduct the assessment, which typically takes about an hour at our CALC office. You can schedule your assessment at a time that works best for you. Our office hours are Monday through Thursday from 9 AM to 5 PM.

Once the assessment is complete, you have several options to choose from:

  1. Independent Study: Begin studying independently and take practice tests.

  2. Tutoring: Be matched with a GED tutor who will assist you in your learning. You can agree on meeting times, locations, and duration. Tutoring sessions can be conducted in person or online.

  3. GED Classes: Register for GED classes hosted by CALC, such as a math class.

GED Class Details

All classes are held at the CALC office located at 1028 E. Saginaw in Lansing. The duration of classes typically runs for about an hour, depending on the day and the number of participants. All necessary materials are provided, and pre-registration is required. Please note that class schedules may vary throughout the year.

You Are in Control of Your Learning

You are welcome to meet with your tutor and continue attending classes simultaneously. There is no limit to how much or how often you can participate in our program.

Get Started with our GED Program

To begin your journey as a GED student, please click on the button below to complete the new student interest form. Our team will follow up with you, guiding you through the enrollment process and providing further information on scheduling your GED Assessment and joining our GED programs.

Alternatively, you can call us at (517) 485-4949 or send an email to gedcoordinator@thereadingpeople.org.

 

At The Reading People, we are committed to empowering individuals through improved English language skills. Join our GED program today and unlock new opportunities for personal growth, education, and career advancement.

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