Covcel GED Prep Overview

Key features
  • The courses are designed to unlock your learning potential
  • 480 Video lessons and 94 comprehensive Practice Tests identify your weak and strong points
  • GED Test-Taking Tactics help you better understand how to successfully pass the GED Test

Covcel allows you to grow and evolve, and helps you move forward as a person with a sense of confidence and security.

Covcel Tutors will teach you everything you need to know to pass the GED Math, Social Studies, Science, and Language Arts tests. You will also develop your time management and pacing skills.

Take Full Control

Preparing for the GED Test in the correct way is serious stuff. This course will protect you from quitting and procrastination.

Many students never pass the GED test only because they quit too early due to a lack of motivation. With Covcel, this will not happen to you.

You have full control over everything including the time you want to learn, frequency, and speed.

Frequently Asked Questions

About Covcel GED Prep

How will my Covcel membership work?
As soon as you sign up, you become a member of Covcel GED Prep.
Covcel GED Prep is divided into four subjects and you can start learning immediately. You will also have access to GED Test Tactics. You can log in at any time, on any device and continue learning; there are no limitations; you access all lessons at once.
Do I get access to everything all at once or do I have to wait?
Yes, you get access to everything right away. You can attack the material at any pace you want.
Can I study on my own time?
You study when it’s convenient for you. You don’t need to worry about traffic jams or childcare.

About the GED Test 

Can I take the GED® test online?
No, you need to come to a GED Testing Center and take the four subtests in person (you can do so within a 2-year time frame in most states). The reason is simple. If your state department of education would allow you to take the test online, there’d be no way to tell who was taking the GED test.
Where to begin with GED Prep
You should choose the subject that’s easiest for you. In general, the goal is to go through a series of small successes to develop confidence in your capabilities. We call this the principle of “small steps.” Ask yourself: what topics are easier for me: Math, Language, Science, or Social Studies? Most people choose the Language Test as their first exam.
How long will it take for me to get my GED diploma?
That’s a tricky question because we don’t know your background and we don’t know how much time you want to spend on learning. But we assume you are motivated, and if you study for 3-5 times a week for about 45 minutes each time then it can take 2-3 months to get a GED® diploma. If you would learn once a week, it will take 6-9 months to get ready for the GED test.