GED Assessment Project (GAP)
The GED Assessment Project is designed to better prepare students for the actual GED exam, through strategy workshops, GED predictor testing and skills assessment.
- GED exam components
- Effective test taking skills
- How to write an essay
GED Predictor Test:
The results will determine level of readiness
Identifies strengths and weaknesses to better prepare for the GED exam.
The GED predictor scores will determine the next step in the GAP process.
- If a student obtains a minimum score of 2500 and 450 in each subject, he/she is ready to sign up for the Official GED Exam.
- If a student scores less than 2500 and/or less than 450 in any of the subjects, he/she will be referred to an admissions Advisor to discuss other options such as classes, tutoring or referral.
Requirements vary by individual program. Contact REOC Admissions Department (585) 232-2730 ext. 235 for more information.
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For More Information
Please contact an Admission Representative at (585) 232-2730, ext. 235.
*MUST MEET SUNY/REOC Requirements.
**Requirements may vary by program/course and are subject to change without notice.
Immunization records, Income verification, US Citizenship or Legal Alien status and Picture Identification required for ALL programs. Please call (585) 232-2730 ext. 235 for the most up-to-date information. The Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) is given to all applicants to ensure that program reading and/or math requirements are met, and to ensure program completion and success.
Programs, courses descriptions, fees and schedules are subject to change without notice.
REOC does not discriminate on any basis. REOC facilities meet accessibility guidelines.
NOTE: ALL INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE