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If you are making a special visit to the Abbey, please telephone beforehand and check entry times.
Know what you are getting yourself into before it's too late.Many libraries and community colleges offer free GED prep classes.But for working adults, it can be tough to get to attend such classes regularly. And higher cost doesn't always mean higher quality.You can book a Blue Badge Guide through Guide London or the British Guild of Tourist Guides.Charges for Guided Tour Groups accompanied by a Blue Badge Guide Adults - £18Concessions (60 and Students on production of valid student ID) - £14Children 6 - 16 years - £7Children 0 - 5 years - Free, if accompanied by an adult Please Note: Many Special Services take place at the Abbey throughout the year and therefore tour details are subject to change.You can book a Blue Badge Guide through the Guide London or the British Guild of Tourist Guides.
Workshops, Guided Tours and Events during term time Suitable for students from EYFS to KS5.
That's because the test covers topics that are usually taught in high school classes.
Grammar, literature, algebra, biology, and history are all included on the exam.
Adults - £10Children - £5Buy your tickets on the door, on the day.
Entry Times: 4.30pm – 7.00pm, last entry 6.00pm Find Out More Self-led visits during September-July UK schools, youth groups and other educational establishments can take Self-Led tours. Self-led visits during August If your group wishes to visit during August you must be accompanied by a Blue Badge Guide.
The GED (General Education Development) test is an alternative to high school.