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How to Get Your GED in 4 Steps

How to get your GED in 4 steps! The difficult part is all the hard work you have to put in. Follow our step-by-step guide to help you get your GED!

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Top Tips for GED Writing

For some students, writing an essay is a difficult task. These five top tips for GED writing will help keep you focused in the right direction.

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How Can I Get My GED?

You may be asking yourself, “how can I get my GED?” We have your answer! Read more to find out how to turn your dreams into reality!

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GED Scores: Understanding the Scoring Rubric

Understanding your GED scores are important! Read our post to deepen your understanding of the scoring rubric used by current GED exams.

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GED Score to GPA Conversion

Unfortunately, there is no real method for GED score to GPA conversion. However, you can use your GED scores to determine a range of similar statistics. Use our easy tips to convert your GED score into the information you need! Understanding GED test scores In 2013, GED Testing Service gave a national sample of high […]

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Where’s my GED Testing Site?

In order to schedule your GED test, you first have to find your GED testing site! Follow our directions to locate a testing site nearest you.

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GED Questions: The 4 Main Concept Areas

GED questions cover 4 main concept areas: reading, science, math and social studies. What types of questions does each section have? Read on to find out!

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When to take the GED test

You take notes, you prep, you study and finally feel like you are prepared. It’s time to figure out when to take the GED test!

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GED Testing Days Schedule

Make it easy to create your GED testing days schedule! Keep these important tips in mind when scheduling your GED subject tests.

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Can You Study for the GED in One Week?

You can study for the GED in one week, but should you? Our tips will help you study for the GED no matter how long it takes for you to feel truly ready.

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