The Alabama Community College System (ACCS), along with member colleges and other GED® testing centers supported by ACCS, announces that now through March 31, 2016, students across the state can save 50% on the cost of the GED Ready® practice test.
According to GED® Testing Service, the GED Ready® practice test is the only test that will show students:
To access the GED Ready® practice test, students should log in at GED.com; order the GED Ready® practice test they wish to take; then enter the promo code PASS2016 at checkout to receive the 50% savings.
“This represents a tremendous investment by GED® Testing Service and a wonderful opportunity for our students who have completed their preparation to take the GED®, but may still feel a bit apprehensive to take the actual test,” commented David Walters, State Director, Alabama Adult Education. “We strongly urge all of our GED students to take advantage of this great opportunity by the March 31 deadline,” Walters added.
According to GED Testing Service, students may use the promo code as many times as they wish before the deadline.
To learn more or to schedule a discounted GED Ready® practice test, contact your local adult education program or GED® testing center or visit the ACCS website at www.accs.cc
About Alabama’s Adult Education Program: Alabama's two-year colleges provide a vast array of programs and services for adult students in need of employment training, workforce training and education for career advancement. In many cases, these programs have been designed for special populations, including educationally and economically disadvantaged adults, individuals with disabilities, dislocated workers, single parents, and displaced homemakers.
Alabama’s adult education program provides quality adult education and literacy services to Alabamians at no cost. Adult education classes provide a second opportunity for adult learners committed to improving their academic and life skills. Instruction is based on individual student need and may range from one-on-one tutoring to group instruction. Computer-based and distance education instructional programs may be offered, as well as day and evening classes, in a variety of facilities conducive to adult learning.
The three program goals are to assist adults to:
About GED Testing Service: The GED® test has opened doors to better jobs and college programs for more than 20 million graduates since 1942. Virtually all U.S. colleges and employers accept the GED® test. As the creator of the one official GED® test, GED® Testing Service has a responsibility to ensure that the program continues to be a reliable and valuable pathway to a better life for the millions of adults without a high school diploma.