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2016 GED Test Updates: It’s All Good!

Since it was just completely overhauled in 2014, you’d think the information out there about the GED test would be mostly up-to-date. And it is, mostly. But there are a few important modifications that can affect the way you prepare for the test and how comfortable you are when you actually take ...
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How to Ace the GED

Know What You Need to Know: The GED test covers 4 subjects: Reasoning Through Language Arts (RLA), Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies. Specifically, in each section you should study: RLA: Practice reading and answering questions about what you read. 75% of the passages will be n...
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A Year From Now You'll Wish You Had Started Today

Thinking of earning your GED certification? Starting tomorrow is always tempting, but don’t wait! There are always a thousand excuses why you should put it off, but you will never be “less busy” or have “more time.” Life moves fast, and every day you wait is a missed opportunity. A year from now ...
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4 Reasons Why You Should Earn Your GED

If you didn’t earn your high school diploma and you’re too old for high school, you’re likely a very good candidate to take the GED test. And while you might have a job, children to care for, or other life situations that make earning your GED certification seem hard or even impossible, it’s a st...
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Your GED certification: What Are You Waiting For?

There are probably as many reasons for not getting a high school diploma as there are people who don’t get one. Everyone’s life circumstances are different and, for some, the barriers to the usual high school graduation ceremony are just too great. Here are some real reasons for leaving high sch...
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2016 GED Test Updates: It’s All Good!

Since it was just completely overhauled in 2014, you’d think the inform

How to Ace the GED

**Know What You Need to Know**: The GED test covers 4 subjects: Reasoni

A Year From Now You'll Wish You Had Started Today

Thinking of earning your GED certification? Starting tomorrow is always