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Can GED Students Get Scholarships: Yes, Here Is a Complete Guide

One question among those unable or unwilling to finish high school the traditional way is “Can GED students get scholarships?” What leads one to ask that question isn’t necessarily a belief that it isn’t possible, just a genuine curiosity over how it works in such a nontraditional manner. The good news (and short answer to […]
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The Only GED Test FAQ You’ll Ever Need

This GED test FAQ, or frequently asked questions, is our contribution to your understanding and preparation for the General Educational Development certification, or high school equivalency certification. As you read through these, make note of anything that you didn’t know before and incorporate it into your study strategy. Good luck, and happy test-taking! Can you […]
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10 Ways to Find the Best GED Programs Near Me

Searching for “GED programs near me” is a great way to get the ball rolling on your high school equivalency preparation. You may be surprised at just how many options are out there at your disposal. But don’t get caught like a deer in the headlights. Find one that’s accessible and close-by to check out […]
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14 Tips to Master the GED Test the Next Time You Take It

Your ability to master the GED test hinges on attaining the difficult score of 800. There are four sections to the exam, and each one is worth up to 200 points. Scoring a 145 on each exam is considered “passing.” No matter how well you’d like to do on the exam, it helps to have […]
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6 Tips for Higher GED Test Scores

GED Test Scores can be used to configure your national class rank, though the GED Testing Service does not endorse the conversion of your scores to a grade-point average (GPA). The scores will, however, provide a good estimate of your academic knowledge and skill sets for each content area, showing you how you stack up […]
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HiSET Exam: Tips And Tricks For Doing Your Best

Before preparing for any exam, you need to first look at three things: 1) the actual testing date; 2) the amount of time that you have to prepare for it; and 3) the knowledge and comprehension gaps that need to be filled in order to ensure a good outcome. Obviously the further away from the […]
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Up To The TASC? Follow These Tips, And You Will Be

For the longest time, the GED was the only game in town when it came to making certain that a student was prepared for life after high school. And while the GED was commonly stigmatized by those attending normal high school classes, all employers really cared about was that the student had proven themselves proficient […]
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Top 10 GED Study Tips

The GED may have competition in the form of HiSET and TASC, but for now and the foreseeable future, it’s the biggest test there is for determining whether one is ready for life beyond high school. That’s why we’ve put together a quick list of the top 10 GED study tips that you need to […]
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GED Language Arts: What To Know

The GED Reasoning Through Language Arts exam can be a challenging obstacle for alternative learners looking to ace the high school equivalency exam. Part of what makes it so is the fact that it isn’t just about novels and short stories. The exam does a fine job of showing how reading and writing is important […]
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GED, HiSET and TASC: Three Tests Every High Schooler Should Know

Life circumstances don’t always put students in the best position to navigate the challenges of a traditional high school education. Thankfully, students who do experience a non-traditional approach to this part of their lives have a way to catch up and experience all the same educational opportunities of their peers. For the longest time, this […]
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