At Broward Community Schools, we help many students of all ages get their GED. Getting a GED shows that you have the equivalency of a high school education and that you can move on to other educational opportunities.

If you’re considering getting your GED, you may be wondering if taking a GED class and doing a bunch of studying is necessary. Take it from us, you certainly don’t want to wing it for these types of tests.

What the GED Covers

The main reason that you need to study for the GED is that it covers a variety of subjects, and not all of the questions are going to involve things that are common sense or common knowledge.

The four main subject areas are:

  • Math and Reasoning
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Language Arts

You may be confident about your skills in one or even a few of these subject areas, but few people are experts in all four. You need to do well on all sections of your GED exam to succeed, so taking each subject seriously and learning as much as you can is a necessity.

How Our GED Classes Help

Our GED classes can help you learn all of the things you need to pass your GED exam with flying colors. Our classes encourage students to succeed and instructors can help you focus on your weakest areas and improve your scores.

We’re open for online and in-person classes, and there are both daytime and nighttime classes to choose from. If you’re serious about getting your GED, you can find a class that fits into your schedule and improves your chances of passing your exam.

Want to learn more about adult education in Broward County? Visit our website or give us a call. We’ll help you find a program that can open up new pathways to different careers and opportunities.