GED Preparatory Instruction is a non-graded, open entry/open exit program that uses self-paced instructional modules, computer-aided instruction, and performance-based evaluation. Placement is based on the participant scoring grade level 9.0 or above on a state-approved assessment instrument. The instruction provides students with the skills necessary to pass the 2014 Series GED Tests. Academic areas of GED instruction are: Reasoning through Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics. Other areas of instruction included in the GED Preparatory Program are using the online calculator, study, reference and test taking skills (including use of gridded responses), workforce readiness skills, and basic computer literacy. Additionally, to provide the optimum opportunity to pass the GED Tests, students who enrolled in GED preparatory instruction are given the the opportunity to take Official GED Practice Tests.
Registration to take the GED Test is done online through the GED Testing Service website. Testing is done at Brevard Adult Education Center in Cocoa at 1225 Clearlake Rd, Cocoa, FL.