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Adult Basic Education & General Educational Development Frequently Asked Questions

Pre-College Studies Webpage Adult Education (ABE & GED) Webpage Where can I take ABE or GED classes? We offer classes at the Rowan-Cabarrus Community College North and South Campuses as well as several off campus sites. What is the cost? There is no charge for instruction in our Adult Basic Education, GED, ESL, or compensatory [...]

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Costs for Adult Basic Education and General Education Development

Instruction ABE and GED instruction is free for all students. Instruction is provided, at no cost to the student, in reading, social studies, science, literature, mathematics, and writing skills. Testing There is a required one time testing fee of $25.00. More Information For more information on costs and testing fees, please contact Gary Connor.

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Do I need the ACT or SAT as a transfer student?

That depends on when you decide to transfer.  If you transfer with less than 24 credit hours, the college may want your high school transcripts – and in that case the ACT or SAT is expected.  But if you decide to complete your Associate Degree with RCCC, then SAT, ACT and high school grades are not a factor in determining [...]

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Student Agreement Regarding Academic Testing Center Usage

Upon signing the college application, the student accepts and agrees to abide by the Student Academic Testing Center (ATC)  Terms for Testing. Further, with this educational opportunity also comes responsibility, and the student concurs that: Identification will be required for testing – driver’s license or picture ID. Students must know course name and number, instructor’s [...]

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Testing and Final Examinations

Tests and quizzes (oral and written), including comprehensive final exams, are given by the instructor in accordance with the approved course syllabus.

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