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 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.
Getting your GED can be tough enough. Don’t get scammed by fake GED certificates pretending to be the real thing. Find out everything you need to know to avoid getting tricked.
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.
Looking to join the military with a GED? Here’s everything you need to get to started.
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!
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.