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...
Your GED might look like a diploma, but it functions as a passport that will take you to the next stop on your career or educational journey!
When you’re studying for the GED test, it might be tempting to give up or put it off until a later date. Don’t! While you may have a job or other obligati...
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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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