What is a number line and how to do you use it on the GED math test? We’ve put together examples of everything you’ll need to know before test day.
How long does it take to get a GED? Studying 2-3 times a week can help you become GED ready […]
Are you as confused about semicolons as we are? In this blog we’ll break down how and where to use them as well as other punctuation marks. You’ll be a grammar expert by the end!
You can pass the social studies section of the GED! Learn the four subject areas tested and what skills you should practice to pass this section.
Need to gain a better understanding to of the scientific method before taking the GED? We break down the entire process into simple, easy steps to follow.
Meet our next GED student highlight Jennifer. She overcame cancer and many other obstacles to be able to get her GED credential. Check out her story.
We’re offering a new Online Proctored GED Test as a pilot program in select areas of the U.S. With the Online Proctored GED Test, students can take the GED test from home while securely monitored by an online proctor.
Looking for how to stay entertained during quarantine? We have lots of ideas from attempting to exercise to spending some time laughing through TikToks.
Myles, our favorite self-professed class clown, is our latest student highlight. Myles worked extremely hard and passed the GED in just four short weeks. Check out his inspiring story.
In this post we’ll take you step-by-step on what an exponent is and how to solve for them. By the end you’ll be comfortable tackling them on your own!