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Homelessness and the GED: How You Can Help

Students from all walks of life use Union Test Prep to advance their educational and career pursuits, and we love hearing the different stories of the people who have allowed us to play a small role in their success. The other day we were honored and humbled to discover an organization using our ...
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5 Reasons You Shouldn't Get Your GED

You don’t like earning money: Those with a high school diploma or equivalent such as the GED make more money than those without one. A 2012 study by the Institute for Education Sciences found that the median annual income for those with a high school diploma or GED was $30,000, while thos...
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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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Celebrities Who've Earned Their GED

Thinking of earning your GED? You’ve got good company! Check out our list of 7 celebrities who earned their GED—and went on to achieve success! Nicholas Cage Christina Applegate 50 Cent Paris Hilton Pink Jessica Simpson Bill Cos...
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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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