2 Timothy 2:15 “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”
Study for your GED (General Education Development Test); a GED is a form of high school graduation and is necessary for most jobs.
The G.E.D. exam in the state of Ohio is made up of Math, Science, Social Studies, and Reading/Writing. These test consists of multiple choice questions, fill in the blank, and essays. Each test approximately takes 90 minutes to complete. The Math and Reading sections allow extended timing as they cover larger areas of study.
M.A.P. Ministry offers a G.E.D. class through the Ashland County West Holmes Career Center. The classes take place at the M.A.P. office every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Classes are free thanks to a grant through the career center.
Students who participate in the class are eligible for obtaining a discount or even having their entire G.E.D. exam paid for. Students who complete 12 hours of study in the classroom are eligible for an $80.00 voucher off the cost of their test (the entire exam costs $120.00). There are other scholarships and grants students can qualify for to help pay for the exam as well.
During class, students will be instructed on the process of the G.E.D. as well as work together with fellow classmates on worksheets and projects. Each class is important as they all work together to help students meet their goals.
On average, students take 6-8 months to complete the G.E.D. study course. This time frame can be shortened when students study at home as well as online through our distance learning program. The more you study, the faster you will be ready to take the test!
You can get more information about how to study for and obtain a GED at your local library.
Download and print the entire booklet
Order the free booklet from our store