The General Education Development (GED) program focuses on the development of reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies skills in preparation for the GED exam. When all the components of the exam are passed, the student will be certified as having met high school-level academic skills.

Students enrolled in the GED program will take periodic practice tests to assess their progress and readiness to take the GED exam.

The exam is offered at various sites throughout the state and is administered by the State of Connecticut.

Students can now take the GED test online. Learn more by clicking here

New Britain Adult Education is a registration site. If you are interested, contact Joycelyn Jackman at (860)229-6106 for more information on how to register for the GED exam.

If you are interested in more information about the GED Test visit the official GED website.

If you have additional questions, please visit our GED Frequently Asked Question section to learn more.