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GED Program Information

Preparation, Testing, Forms and FAQs

General Educational Development (GED) test preparation classes and testing are available at CMC. We can help you prepare for the GED test though our GED prep program and when you’re ready to test, you can test with us too. Please contact the campus nearest you for more information.

GED/High School Equivalency Courses

GED courses are non-credit.

GED 910 – Pre-GED Preparation

Presents material for the student who needs review before doing GED preparation. Diagnostic tests determine skill level; help is available in writing skills, reading, and math. Lecture.

GED 911 – GED Preparation

Presents material for students who need to prepare for the GED tests: Language Arts, Writing, Reading, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Lecture.

The GED/High School Equivalency Exam

The GED exam consists of four tests (language arts, social studies, science, and mathematics). After successfully completing the exam, you will receive a Colorado High School Equivalency Certificate from the State of Colorado Department of Education. Check with your local CMC site to see if the GED in Spanish is given.

All GED tests are given on a computer.

Currently, you can take the computerized GED at CMC. To find out more or to register for the test, click on the following links:

From the Colorado Department of Education website, please see:

Colorado Mountain College GED Preparation and Testing Sites:

 Location  GED Prep  GED Testing
 Buena Vista



The Colorado Mountain College Adult Education/GED or High School Equivalency Program strives to enhance the quality of life of our students and improve the economic and cultural vitality of our communities by promoting life-long learning opportunities and access to workforce and higher education.


The Colorado Mountain College Adult Education/GED or High School Equivalency Program provides community members with educational pathways to the workforce and higher education through the attainment of basic literacy skills and high school equivalency by creating supportive learning environments and dynamic community partnerships.