Prep for the GED with the Library
Pursuing your GED can certainly seem overwhelming for adults not currently enrolled in a secondary education school.
The library wants to make sure that you’re properly prepared to take the next step in reaching your education goals. Campbell County’s Kentucky Skills U will visit each of our branches in August and September to conduct informational sessions about their GED program.
The program was recently ranked the number one program in the state by the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet for the 2020-2021 school year.
Each session is 1 hour in length and free to attend. Registration is required, so make sure to register before the sessions fill up. Click on the times listed below to secure your spot.
- Monday, Aug. 30: Carrico/Fort Thomas Branch
- Tuesday, Aug. 31: Newport Branch
- Wednesday, Sept. 1: Alexandria Branch
- Thursday, Sept. 2: Cold Spring Branch
GED Test Prep Books
The library also has a great collection of GED Test resources available at our branches. These books can help prepare you for the GED with practice tests and test-taking tips for success. There are many older versions of GED books available to check out at our branches, including the GED guides listed below.
GED Test Prep 2021
This book covers all of the subjects included in the GED tests – language arts, math, science, and social studies. It also contains 2 different practice tests to help you ace the exam.
Princeton Review GED Test Prep 2021
The latest version of the Princeton Review’s guide to the GED is now also available in digital format. Whether you prefer the book or ebook, this guide is perfect for those looking to master the GED before test day.
Preparacion para el Examen de GED
Perfect for Spanish speakers, this book contains everything you need to know about passing the exam without worrying about translating the contents into English.