Take a Free GED Practice Test

One of the best ways to prepare for the GED is to take a GED practice test. Many of these tests are entirely free and will give you an excellent idea about how the GED test will be formatted, what the test will contain, and how you will perform on it. If you are unsure

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Tutoring for the GED Test

For many, passing the GED test is quite a challenge and requires a ton of preparation. This generally means attending classes and spending a lot of time studying GED prep books. But sometimes a student needs more help than either of these things can provide. Many people find learning solely from a book or attending

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New York State Opts Out of the GED

New York Education Commissioner John King recently announced that the New York State Department of Education will be replacing the GED with their own high school equivalency test to be used solely in the state of New York. The DOE is working with CTB McGraw-Hill to develop the new test. The department finds the $120

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GED vs. High School Degree

GED vs. High School Diploma

Many of those who lack a formal high-school education believe that getting their GED is the only way to become eligible for college and the best option for improving one’s ability to obtain a job. While a GED is often thought of as the only high-school equivalency diploma you can

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Can You Get Your GED Online?

The simple answer is no, you cannot obtain your GED online. There are many websites out there that claim to sell GEDs, but the diplomas sold on these sites are not legitimate nor will they be accepted by an employer or college. Any website claiming otherwise is a scam and should be avoided.

You can

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GED Prep Apps

Studying for the GED can often be quite a process. Taking classes, sitting at your desk studying from a book, or watching videos and listening to audio on your computer, can all consume a lot of time and interfere with your day-to-day responsibilities. But there is now a way to study on the go. Waiting

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GED Test on the Computer

GED testing centers across the country are committed to helping those without a high school education obtain their GEDs, in order to open up opportunities for them in the workforce and to assist them in furthering their education. The GED program reaches out to nearly forty-million Americans who do not possess a high school diploma,

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New GED Test for 2014

On January 2, 2014, the 2014 GED test will become the standard GED test, taking the place of the 2002 test. The new test is being developed jointly by The American Council of Education (ACE), the organization which has created and given the test for the past 70 years, and the computer-based testing company Pearson

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Why You Should Get Your GED

There are many adults who currently do not have a GED (General Education Diploma) or a high school diploma. There are plenty of reasons to get a GED, and studying and taking it is generally simple and inexpensive.

Not having a high school diploma puts you at a serious disadvantage when you are looking

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How to Get A GED?

General Educational Development, popularly known as GED, is a test that consists of five subjects. When you pass this test, it will certify that you have American or Canadian High School level Academic Skills. This test is equivalent to a high school diploma. It can be taken using paper or via a computer however

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