Earning your high school equivalency is more important than ever. Take the first step toward a better future with the General Educational Development (GED).
Deciding to go back and get your high school equivalency takes courage. You may have been out of school for a long time, only a few years, or even less. Preparing for the test does take work and CV-TEC is here to help. We offer a variety of ways to prepare, including classes and home study options.
New York State Education Department has provided CV-TEC with grant funding so we are able to offer preparation for free.
Step 1: Call 561-0430 ext. 3088. You will be registered for an orientation and a TABE assessment. During the orientation, you will learn about our classes and home study programs and make a decision which option is best for you. You can always change your mind later.
The TABE assessment measures the skills you have in reading and math. The teacher uses this assessment to assign you work based on YOUR abilities. This is not a pass/fail.
Step 2: Prepare for the GED test either through classes or home study. The work you complete will be individualized to your abilities. Your teacher will let you know when you are ready for the GED test.
Step 3: Take and pass the GED!