Beaufort County Community College offers adults an
opportunity to complete their high school education through the General Educational
Development (GED) Program. The programs purpose is to provide a second chance to
adults who, for whatever reason, did not complete high school in the traditional manner.
It is not intended as an alternative to the traditional high school for those students who
cannot or refuse to complete a regular high school program. The GED test battery is
designed to measure a persons knowledge and skills in the areas of writing, social
studies, science, reading, and mathematics.
All persons interested in taking the
- Pay a testing fee of $35.00 fee in Bldg. 1 main office.
- Report to Testing Center in Bldg. 9, Room 927
15 minutes prior to testing time with fee receipt..
- Provide two forms of identification (a NC Drivers License or NC DMV ID with
picture AND a Social Security Card)
- Provide Parent/Guardian notarized petition
if between sixteen and eighteen years of age.
Information about the petition may be
obtained from the basic skills personnel prior to testing. Any
questions about the GED program should be directed to the basic skills
Director in Bldg. 8. GED testing is by appointment only. Please call
one of the following numbers to make an appointment prior to testing: Penelope Radcliffe, 940-6325 or Rhunell Boyd, 940-6209.
Testing Dates (Adobe Acrobat File)
Adults may update their skills prior to taking the GED tests by enrolling in GED classes.
with the Continuing Education Department in Bldg. 8.
more information contact:
- Laurie Weston- Basic Skills Coordinator
- Office: Building 8, Room 814A
Phone: (252) 940-6322