For Optional Education-/Youth GED contact Laura Bragg email@example.com – 309-796-8252. For Adult GED contact Jennifer Sweborg firstname.lastname@example.org – 309-796-5562.
If I decide to enroll in the GED® program, will I be able to go to college?
GED® graduates are eligible to enroll in college classes. While GED® graduates with high GED® and college entrance scores may go directly to a four-year institution, many begin college at […]
If I decide to enroll in the GED® program, what classes will I take?
GED® students prepare to demonstrate that they have the same skills as the average high school graduate in five fields: Literature and the Arts, Writing Skills, Science, Social Studies, and […]
Is Optional Education a faster way to earn credit?
Students have the potential to earn credit more quickly in their home schools. Students who complete a full schedule of classes at the home school have the potential to earn 7 […]
How do students earn credit?
Cooperating schools require students to attend a class for a specified number of hours per .5 credit. While in attendance, students must complete the required assigned work at a passing […]
How should I prepare for the tests?
Black Hawk College offers classes at no cost, at the following locations: Outreach Center, 301 Avenue of the Cities, East Moline, IL or call 309-796-8216 Adult Learning Center, 4610 Blackhawk […]
Do you need special accommodations?
Requests for classroom accommodations are to be submitted to the Black Hawk College Office of Disability Services. Requests for GED test accommodations are to be sent to GED Testing Services. […]
What is a passing score and what about retakes?
Students must obtain a score of 145 or higher on all four of the GED tests. Students who score above 165 (on any test subject) are considered ready to be […]
Where do I register, make appointments, and pay fees?
Each of the four GED tests are $30. When a student is ready to take a GED test they must go to GED.com and login to their personal GED account, […]
Who may take the GED® test?
Anyone who is 18 years of age or older, maintained residence in the State of Illinois for at least 30 days, and are not high school graduates, but whose high […]