GED

Earning your GED diploma will open the door to new jobs, college, and career training programs. And now that the passing score is 145, you’re more likely than ever to earn your diploma. Your future is waiting! Get started at Allan Hancock College!

GED exam preparation classes are designed for students who are 18 years of age or older who wish to earn a high school equivalency certificate. Students are given instruction in the basic skills needed, and have the opportunity to take practice tests that will help them successfully complete all GED exams. Classes are offered both daytime and evenings. GED exam preparation classes are also offered bilingually (Spanish/English).

GED Preparation Classes for Fall 2017 

For more information about classes or to schedule an appointment with an counselor prior to registration, please call Noncredit Student Success and Support Program (3SP) in the Community Education Building S: (805) 922-6966 ext. 3740.

For the most current class information, visit Class Search. Select Fall 2017 and click Select a Term. Next, select Community Education and click Select Class Type. Select BASK in the Subject box and click Submit.

GED Exam

You can take the GED exam on a computer at the Allan Hancock College Testing Center, Santa Maria Campus, Building A-406.

Register online for the test at www.ged.com before visit the Testing Center.

The GED exam consists of four subject areas:
• Math
• Science
• Social Studies
• Reading/Language Arts (writing)

You will need to receive 145 points on each of the four exams, for a total of 580 points, to earn your GED certificate. Each exam costs $35, payable online with a credit or debit card, or agency voucher, for a total cost of $140. The AHC Testing Center offers GED testing almost every day; the dates are accessible online after you select the testing location.

Community Education
Santa Maria Campus, Bldg S
805-922-6966 ext. 3209

Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Janel Case

Janel Case
Biomedical Engineering

Graduating high school with honors and realizing I did not have the monetary means to go off to a university like I had always dreamed about felt like a setback. Being at a community college, for my first semester, felt like a detriment to my education. Despite this I began to reach out to other students and was referred by a student to a program called MESA. MESA has shaped my educational career. MESA has provided me with opportunities I would have otherwise missed on my own, an opportunity to work with other like-minded majors who have since become like family. With this kind of strong foundation I have been able to excel in my science, mathematics, and engineering courses.
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Last Modified Nov 20, 2017