Pre-GED programming assists adults in getting ready for GED classes to prepare for the GED. Pre-GED classes focus on reading, writing, and mathematics.
The GED program at New River Community College assists adults in preparing to take the GED tests. Classes focus on reading, writing, social studies, science, and math. For more information on how to earn a GED, please contact NRCC Adult Education or visit the GED Testing page.
PluggedInVA is a Career Pathways program that prepares adults with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in postsecondary education training and high-demand, high-wage careers in the 21st Century.
The GED Distance Education program is for learners who want to prepare for the GED online. Students must take a placement assessment to verify that their reading, writing, and mathematics skills are on the GED level. Minimum technology knowledge is required to be qualified for the program.