INA, Ill. (March 4, 2014) – Students can once again register for the new GED Test through the Rend Lake College Adult Education and Literacy Program starting next Monday. With free enrollment and a number of resources at your fingertips, nothing stands in your way of getting your high school degree.
Several resources are available to those looking to prepare to take the new GED test, including www.YourGED.org, a website that provides facts and information about the test, and even pep talks from celebrities, such as actor and former NFL player Terry Crews, hip hop musician DMC, actor Jerry Stiller, and actress Debra Jo Rupp.
Changes to the test include options to take one test at a time instead of in one 8-hour sitting, paying for one test at a time, utilizing a new website as a one-stop resource for students, and getting notified immediately of test results.
The GED morning classes are held from 9 a.m. until noon at the following locations: Benton Library, RLC MarketPlace in Mt. Vernon and the RLC Murphy-Wall Pinckneyville Campus.
Evening classes are held from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the following locations: Benton Consolidated High School, the RLC MarketPlace and Christopher High School. Additional classes will be held at the McLeansboro Family Resource Center. For class times contact the Adult Education and Family Literacy office.
To learn more about the test visit www.gedtestingservice.com. To register or to inquire about the RLC program, contact the Adult Education and Family Literacy Department at 618-437-5321, Ext. 1241 or .