Brooklyn GED and Kings County GED
More people are looking for Brooklyn GED help on the Internet than any other American city except New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles. When you research for GED help remember to search for two phrases: Brooklyn GED and also Kings County GED. As you’ll learn in a few paragraphs, New York State lists no GED help for Brooklyn, but does list help for Brooklyn’s county which is named Kings County. So remember, search for both Brooklyn GED and Kings County GED info.
First Step, Visit New York State’s Official GED Site for Information
If you have any question about taking the GED test in New York State, visiting New York State’s official website at New York State GED Web Site is essential.
Kings County GED Test Sites from New York State’s GED Site
Please remember, if you research the New York State GED Preparation Centers web page, the borough of Brooklyn isn’t listed. But the county of Kings is listed (Brooklyn is in that county).
Finding GED Help: Using Google, Visiting your Library, or Speaking with a College Counselor
Using Google to find Brooklyn GED Help
If you search Google for the phrase Brooklyn GED you will find lots of help and information. Today (Jan 23, 2011), I found Kings County GED Preparation Programs which are listed by New York State. To repeat, this is official information from the state of New York on GED programs in Kings County. Please research Kings County GED Preparation Programs to find 17 organizations that you can call or contact for GED preparation help.
GED Help from the Brooklyn Public Library
Searching for the phrase Brooklyn GED in Google, I immediately found help at the Brooklyn Public Library. Visit the Brooklyn Public Library GED web page for more information. (God bless librarians.)
GED Help from College Counselors at Brooklyn College
I can’t guarantee that counselors will help you at Brooklyn College, but college counselors at public or non-profit normally do take an interest in students with a sincere interest in improving themselves educationally. Brooklyn College’s Continuing Education web page does mention GED courses, visit them at Brooklyn College’s Continuing Education.
Why does a guy from Chicago, IL care about Brooklyn, New York high school dropouts?
First, I do love New York City and wanted to offer some hope for its high school dropouts. Every time I’ve visited NYC, the people have been kind to me and my family. Secondly, many people from Brooklyn visit this website, so I thought I would do my best to give them solid GED advice and help. If you’d like more general information on a New York City GED, please visit this web page.