Frequently Asked Questions

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Do you offer GED prep classes at the library?

 

We have created this page of library resources for those looking to prepare for the GED test.

Also, You can now take the GED test from home, while securely monitored by an online proctor. Here's what you need to know before scheduling your online test:

To be eligible to schedule an online test, you’ll need a “Green” score on the GED Ready practice test within the last 60 days. Log in to take GED Ready now.

You’ll need a computer with a webcam, audio and reliable internet to test from home. No tablets or phones. It’s important to run a system test ahead of time to be sure your computer is compatible.

To learn more about testing online successfully, check out this intro video.

You still have the option to test in-person at a test center. The best way to see if a test center is open is to look for available appointment times when you try scheduling a test in your GED account.