Classes for the GED® Test:
- prepare students to
successfully pass the official GED® Test
- use the latest software, books,
and practice tests to prepare students for the GED
- provide teacher-led group
lessons and one-on-one instruction
pre-GED and GED level coursework, depending on the student’s needs
How do I register?
Meet with a Counselor. For more information call the CEC Counseling Office at CEC (714) 241-5720.
How much does it cost?
All classes are 100%
free. Santa Ana College School of Continuing
Education offers free GED and Pre-GED classes to prepare students for the exam.
Must I take a
Yes. Students will
take a placement test that will help us decide correct placement level for
What is the difference
between the GED and the Adult High School Diploma?
The GED consists of
four tests that will award students a certificate of completion. The four core content areas include: Reasoning Through Language
Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies. On the other hand, a high school diploma, is
awarded after students complete 160 units and 3 proficiencies. Both programs prepare our students to
transition to college or enter the workforce.
What is the difference
between taking the GED in English or Spanish?
Both tests will award
students a certificate of completion to transition to college or to enter the
workforce. Classes are offered in either
English or Spanish, and students may take the GED test in the language of their
choice. Where appropriate, students who
take the GED in Spanish are highly encouraged to take advantage of our English as a Second Language (ESL) program.
How long will it take
to earn my GED?
Our classes are held in a lab setting which allows you to work
at your own pace. The more you attend class and prepare for
the exam, the quicker you will be ready for the actual GED exam.
Where do I register to
take my GED exam?
The GED is
administered through the GED Testing Services: https://ged.com/
When you are ready to take your test, you will need to go directly to
their website and register. Click on the GED logo below:
Where can I take my GED exam?
Below is the local GED testing site, but you must first register at the GED website above.
RSCCD Corporate Training Center
2323 N. Broadway, Suite 315
Santa Ana, 92706
How much will it cost to
take the GED exam?
The GED exam costs $35
per sector plus a one-time $20 sitting fee; for a total cost of $160. You may test in one section a time and pay as
you go. If you don’t pass a section,
the exam allows for re-takes. Please see
official GED Testing Services website for more information: www.gedtestingservice.com
Are there any
scholarships are available through Santa Ana College School of Continuing
Education. Please see your instructor
for more information and for a scholarship application.