Can you go to college with a GED? Yes! With these tips, use your time wisely as you apply to community, online, or traditional colleges to earn a degree.
Is the GED test hard? Not if you’re prepared! By studying hard, taking practice tests, and finding the right preparation program, you’ll be well equipped to take and pass the GED.
There’s a lot of info out there about the GED, but how can you tell what’s true or not? Let’s break down some of the most common myths.
We get it. Trying to figure out the different between the GED and a high school diploma is confusing. Here we’ll break down everything you need to know and include all the resources you may need. Happy learning!
The GED Social Studies test focuses on U.S. history and covers a variety of different topics. Don’t worry though, you won’t have to memorize a bunch of dates or capitals. Find out more!
Did you know the GED Science test has a 90% pass rate? You have a very good chance of succeeding if you have a basic understanding of scientific concepts and how they work.
Math can be a tough topic for students, but you don’t need a “math brain” to be able to pass the GED math test, just the right preparation and materials.
Discover why the extended response portion of the GED matters. Its benefits extend beyond more than what you think…
Discover what is on the GED Language Arts test. Also find ways to study like the GED Language Arts study guide or the GED Language Arts practice test.
It’s tough to pinpoint exactly how long the GED journey will take for students. On average it takes about 3 months but can be faster depending on how prepared you are. Learn more on the time it will take to study and be prepared to test.