GED prep is set for May
KINGMAN - Two GED orientation sessions will take place in May on Mohave Community College's Neal Campus in Kingman for those interested in earning their General Education Development certificate, which is comparable to a high school diploma.
There is no charge for orientations taking place from 1 to 5:50 p.m. on May 12-14 in Room 606 or for the second session that runs from 5 to 9:50 p.m. on May 19-21 in Room 903.
The orientations presented by the Precollege Studies Division at MCC are required for all students who will be taking GED classes and tests. The sessions provide students with information on how college classes work and give them information on the official GED test.
Students can choose either session, but they must attend all three days to register for the free GED classes, which begin June 9.
They should provide an Arizona-issued identification, but other forms will be considered. Those 16 or 17 must bring a statement from the last school attended to certify their official withdrawal, and they must complete an Under-18 Admission Form.
The GED classes are presented by MCC's College Preparatory Studies program. Students will be given the Test of Adult Basic Education, which evaluates what areas of the GED test they need to study.
For more information or to register for the orientation sessions, stop by the Precollege Studies office in Room 208, Building 208 on the Neal Campus in Kingman or call (928) 692-3040.