The TABE Pre-GED assessment exam is administered Monday - Thursday from 5:45 pm - 9:00 pm


There are 5 levels:       Advanced,      &     5 (Pre-GED/GED) Levels:    9.0  -  12.9               GED  Level

                                     Difficult                                                               6.0   -   8.9                Pre-GED Levels

                                     Medium                                                               4.0   -   5.9                     "              "

                                     Easy                                                                   2.0  -    3.9                     "              "

                                     Low                                                                  0.0  -    1.9                    "              "



Mathematics tutorial  courses are offered         

Mondays & Wednesdays from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm.

English./Writing tutorial  courses are offered 

 Tuesdays & Thursdays     6:30 pm - 9:30 pm.



The desired initial assessment level and score would be at the "Difficult" or "Advanced" levels, at a score/range of 10th grade or higher. 

This level and score/range indicates the probability that a student will demonstrate various competencies required to pass the actual GED, which is comprised of 5 sections:         





                        Social Science (History)


In order to receive a Florida High School diploma by taken the GED exam, you must meet both of the following requirements:


      1)  Achieve a score of 410 or more on each of the five (5) subject area tests.

      2)  The sum of the scores on the five (5) subject area tests must add up to at least 2250.





A minimum score of 410 on each test does not mean an overall passing score.  The lowest score allowed on a specific test is 410, but the sum of the five test must be at least 2250.  This means that if a student scores 410 in one area he/she must compensate for it by scoring higher in other areas.


A score of 410 on a subject area test represents approximately 55% correct answers.


If you score less than 410 on a subject area test, you must retest in that subject and achieve a score of 410 or more.




Your desire to gain success in all 5 areas of the actual GED exam, and ultimately secure your diploma depends on how focused, determined, and committed you are to achieving this goal.  Many extra, out-of-the-classroom, content-reinforcement hours are required in order for one to attain this goal.  Set a goal of a few months to a year, prepare to achieve this goal, and achieve it!   You deserve it. Good luck !