Don’t be intimidated by the writing section of the GED. Use our list of GED essay topics to help practice and perfect your writing skills!
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Hundreds of options are available for GED prep books. But what is the best GED book for you? Read our review for the best GED books of 2017.
With so many options, how do you know which GED prep book is right for you? Let our review help you determine which is the best book for you.
GED or High School Diploma: what’s the difference? Which one should you earn? Discover the answer to both questions in the post below.
Our 2-3 month GED study plan keeps you on track for testing with weekly guidelines and tips. Each month gets you one step closer to earning your GED!
There are many types of questions on the GED. But which are the most common GED Test questions? Read this post to find out!
Is the High School Equivalency Test the same as the GED? Not quite. Both tests measure academic skill and ability, but the two tests are very different!
As you prepare for the GED, it helps to have the right study guide. Our review links you to some of our favorite FREE GED study guides.
When people ask, “how hard is the GED?” they usually mean, “can I pass the GED?” Anyone can earn a GED. It doesn’t have to be hard!
Follow our steps to help you study for your GED. Each week outlines tips and objectives to keep you on schedule and get you ready to GED test in 1 month!