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!
Meet Lillian our next GED student highlight. Lillian was inspired to pursue her GED after watch her hard-working kids working towards their degrees. Read here amazing story!
Struggling to understand what the perimeter and area are on the math portion of the GED test? Well look no further. We break down these concepts into simple, understandable terms.
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Looking for more information about Covid-19 and how GED is operating during this time period. Look no further. We have all the information you need from how to stay on top of studying to information regarding Coronavirus.
Our next student highlight goes out to Reggie. As a special olympian he worked so hard to get his GED and overcame so many obstacles to get there. Check out his story!
Our first student highlight goes out to Kinzie. She worked so hard to get her GED and overcame so many obstacles to get there. Read her story here.
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Learn the four types of math that are tested on the GED (basic math, geometry, algebra, and graphs and functions). Then, access free study guides and practice tests on GED.com to thoroughly prepare for the math section.