The official GED test cannot be taken online; beware of web sites and other sources that tell you otherwise.
Pearson VUE candidates
If the college is closed due to inclement weather, please contact Pearson VUE to reschedule your exam.
Rappahannock Area Regional Adult Education
GED preparation classes are designed to prepare adult students, 18 and older, for the GED High School Equivalency test. Adults registered in RARAE classes may have their test fee waived through class attendance and successful completion of the official GED Practice Test.Learn more about RARAE
Virginia’s Race to GED: Education for Success
The Race to GED is a workforce initiative of the Office of Adult Education, Virginia Department of Education. The goal of the Race to GED is to meet or exceed 20,000 Virginians passing the General Educational Development (GED) Tests annually. GED graduates are a vital component of a globally competitive workforce that strengthens existing business and supports economic growth and development in Virginia. Race to GED is an innovative approach to adult education based on two instructional programs: GED Fast Track and GED Prep.
These two programs assess what a person already knows and prescribe instruction to prepare adults for success on GED tests. The time it takes to earn a GED is dramatically shortened, from one year required in traditional adult education, to three months or less with GED Fast Track and only 180 days with GED Prep.
The initiative targets working age adults, 18 to 64 years of age, who are employed or employable and can demonstrate academic readiness to prepare for and pass the English version of the GED tests. GED graduates are competent in the workplace, qualified for advancement to higher-level skills, and capable of achieving in post secondary education or technical-skills certification.
Office of Adult Education and Literacy in the Virginia Department of Education
Office of Adult Education and Literacy in the Virginia Department of Education provides information and links for:
- GED test (high school equivalency)
- Adult secondary programs
- Adult literacy
ISAEP (at risk high school students); ESOL (English for speakers of other languages) and more.
Central Rappahannock Regional Library “Alliance for Literacy”
The Central Rappahannock Regional Library established the Alliance for Literacy in 1985, building on the volunteer efforts of area literacy providers. As a program of the library, the Alliance organizes training for volunteer tutors and works closely with the Adult Education Programs in Planning District 16. This site provides links to resources to help your prepare for the GED Test.Learn more about CRRL