The Test Prep Center provides electronic and print resources to help students prepare for the General Education Assessment (GEA). Whether you need general suggestions about preparing for the GEA for the first time or need additional practice before a retake, the Test Prep Center can provide support. Students will learn what to expect, practice sample questions and effectively prepare for their exam.
Students retaking the GEA are required to attend one GEA workshop (click link below) in each Reading Comprehension, Writing, and Math. Attendance at workshops is documented and shared with Testing Services. Workshops are held weekly and seating is limited. Spaces can be reserved using your appointment scheduler or clicking here.
Once students have participated in one workshop for each subject area, they have completed the Learning Commons GEA retake process. Students looking for additional help in Reading Comprehension, Writing, and Math can schedule one on one sessions with GEA subject tutors here. Appointments should only be scheduled after completing the workshop sequence and do not replace workshop attendance.
The Test Prep Center in the Learning Commons offers workshops every week to introduce you to the GEA or prepare you for different subject areas. Workshops can be attended in person or online using Zoom. Students attending workshops online must schedule an appointment.
GEA Workshops: weekly starting 8/26
|Day of Week||Times||Topic||Location|
|Monday||1pm & 6pm||Intro to the GEA||JCKL 3005|
|Tuesday||1pm & 6pm||GEA-Reading Comprehension||JCKL 3005|
|Wednesday||1pm & 6pm||GEA-Writing||JCKL 3005|
|Thursday||1pm & 6pm||GEA-Math||JCKL 3005|
GEA tutoring sessions are for students who have already attended GEA workshops and are looking for additional help. Students can schedule appointments to work with our GEA Reading Comprehension, Writing, and Math tutors for individualized test review. GEA tutoring is available by appointment only. Appointment link.
Students can work through practice problems in Reading Comprehension, Writing, and Math using the Learning Express Library. These materials will provide practice content that may be included in the GEA. Students will need to set-up an account to access test prep materials.