Please help us conduct the Female Math Course so that deserving women can get a high school equivalency certificate...get into college (without having to waste time and money on remedial math classes)...get a better job.  Thanks so very much!


Founded in 1999, we are a New York State not-for-profit corporation and a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization; our mission is to help females learn the mathematics—and "numbers-related" disciplines—they need to achieve their academic and career goals.

Female Math Course

Are you a female who had trouble with GED Math and are still having trouble with TASC Math?

The Female Math Course is a FREE eight-week comprehensive review of mathematics from basic arithmetic to introductory algebra and  trigonometry [pre-calculus].  It was designed specifically to help females pass high school equivalency math tests.

According to the New York State Education Department’s “Grandfathering of GED Test scores” policy,* an examinee “may use up to four (4) passing GED subtests (score of 410 or above) taken between 2002 – 2013 to count towards earning a New York State High School Equivalency Diploma. The use of these scores will be allowed for two years (2014 – 2015).”

The Female Math Course starting on October 6, 2015 will give females who need to pass only the TASC Mathematics subtest before December 31, 2015 a last-chance opportunity to earn a high school equivalency diploma this year.

You are not alone!

As of December 31, 2013 (when New York State stopped using the GED Test), 43,671 females in New York City (that's 35% of all 124,263 females who took the 2002 Series GED over 12 years) still needed to pass the GED Mathematics subtest!

 In 2014, (the first year the TASC was used in New York State) 4,764 females in New York City failed the TASC Mathematics subtest!

*TASC: What’s New 2014


Analysis of 2002 Series GED Test Data

Analysis of Data:  2014 TASC


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