The courses compiled here are for the GED PREP program.

GED PREP 106 is part of the writing component of the GED PREP program. This course explains how to plan, organize, write, evaluate, and revise an essay.

Learners will be assigned one essay topic. Once complete, the essay will be evaluated based on the following features: well-focused main points, clear organziation, specific development of your ideas, and control of sentence structure, punctuation, grammar, word choice, and spelling.

GED PREP is one of six units towards completion of the GED PREP course. It consists of 17 lessons and a review.

Students prepare to write the GED exams and earn a high school equivalency diploma issued by Alberta education and recognized in every Canadian province.  This is a high school level course. Upon completion, students are prepared to write 5 exams. 

Learn about the 5 subtopics: History of Canada and the world, civics and government, economics, and geography.

Discovery is part of what makes science exciting: the understanding that dawns as you reason through new concepts. You will use this process of discovery on the GED Science Test. First, you will read and analyze all the information carefully. In some cases, you will take general science information and apply it to specific situations. In others, you will evaluate information and judge its accuracy.

This portion of the GED PREP program consists of three subsections (life science, earth and space science, and physical science--a total of 20 lessons) and a science review.

Learn to interpret nonfiction, and understand fiction, poetry and drama in 28 lessons with a review at the end.

Problem solving method: 

First: understand the concept or problem

Second: determine what you want to know

Third: consider ways to solve the problem

Fourth: utilize information to solve the problem

GED PREP 104: Math teaches learners how to understand concepts, select procedures to solve problems and find solutions.

Learn keyboarding skills, emailing and windows basics, online connections, introduction to applications, and word processing.