Adult Education Frequently Asked Questions
- Is the GED / High School Equivalency Program changing?GED tests expired at the end of 2013. The new tests are completely computerized. No scores will be rolled over. Call 486-1201 for GED Assistance
- When can I begin working on my GED / High School Equivalency Program?
Begin working on your GED, the nationally recognized high school equivalency test, as soon as possible.
Call now for an appointment: 907-486-1201.
- How much does the GED cost?
All classes, practice tests, instruction, tutoring, and homework help are free!
GED cost $120.00. You may be asked to buy a book or calculator for some classes (information available at the ABE lab).
- How do I get started with the GED?
Call 907-486-1201 for an appointment. We will begin with an assessment. Then we’ll meet for an advising and planning session. You’ll leave with a step-by-step plan specifically designed for you.
- How old do I have to be?
You must be 18 years of age or older. 16-or 17-year-olds may be accepted with signed parental permission forms and official school withdrawal forms.
- I have a job that makes it difficult to come to classes regularly. Can you still help
Yes! We have daytime and evening classes and walk-in “open lab” study times. We can check out materials for you to take home. We can also create an online study plan for you to use at any computer with internet access.
- How long does it take to get a GED?That depends on you. We will make a plan with you after we see your assessment results and discuss the time you have to commit to it.
- What if no one speaks my language?We are trained to teach English to speakers of any language. You are welcome and encouraged to enroll in our classes.
- How do I get my GED transcript?To get a free transcript you will need to contact the State ABE/GED Office. This site also has information if you need a duplicate GED diploma, which costs $10.