Are you working on your GED and need help passing the math portion of the test? If so, there are people who will help you obtain your goals. Come to the Adult Ed Boot Camp at Logan County Adult Learning Center located at 121 South Spring Street in Russellville. Classes will meet Dec. 7 to Dec. 17 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings 9:30 a.m.-10:50 a.m or Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday nights from 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
“Build Your Skills Boot Camp” is a fast paced course that can help you strengthen your skills to prepare for the GED Math Test. All classes are free and confidential.
“The purpose of this program is to help students that have taken the math part of GED, and for variety of reasons, can’t seem to pass,” said Pam Morgan-Program Director with Logan County Adult Education. “The boot camp will really drill down and offer a lot of hands-on tutoring.”
Morgan said across the nation math is the test that most people struggle with for their GED. In fact many struggle with math in high school and college as well.
“Math is a situation that many struggle with. This program shows us data from the practice ready test and gives us information back on what a student will need to work on,” Morgan said. “There is so much to learn in math. The GED test is about problem solving, critical thinking, analyzing data and understanding word problems.”
Morgan further stated that the boot camp is a free service. There are even scholarships available to help pay for your GED.
“It’s extremely important to complete your GED,” Morgan said. “If you wish to go on to college or become eligible for many employment opportunities, you need either a high school diploma or a GED. Without it you will be limited to what you can do.”
Morgan said Adult Education tells students not to be afraid to study for and take the GED test.
“We will help you every step of the way,” Morgan said. “We want to see you succeed as much as you want to succeed.”
For more information call 270-726-8777.
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