The age of majority in FL is 18. A 17-year-old, whether they have a GED or not, is a minor. You can leave home if your parents agree to allow it or if you've been emancipated.
No, Benjamin Franklin High School GED program in Florida is not fake.
It would be preferred to have your High School Diploma, but you can have a GED as well.
Yes, you will be able to take a GED in the state of GA even if you live in SC.
agreed. The only restriction I am aware of on the GED is that you need to be 17 to take it. You need parental permission to take it at 16. Take the GED when you are 17 or 18, whatever is allowed.
No. You need at least a GED to get into a nursing school in Florida
You can. Each service has a different percentage they are allowed to recruit with GEDs and they give GED applicants a hard time, but you can join with a GED.
There are several locations in each city that offers ged certification programs. A search engine can be used to find the nearest location to where you live.
Yes, but only 5% of Marine recruits are allowed to be GED holders. Those accepted most score higher than high school graduates on the ASVAB test to be considered.
This is the local county for your GED needs, consult the address for the information you need. http://www.cookcountyged.org/
www.gedonlinediploma.com/ged_online.html GED Online Classes: (YES) There are GED classes that be taken online to prepare for the actual GED test. These GED online classes will never offer a GED that can be completed online though. Be wary of any website that offers a GED that can be awarded from their site. The only way to receive a GED is by taking the test at a local facility that is delegated for the testing sponsorship. You should not be surprised if certain websites will want to charge you in order to sign up and take the GED online classes.
Yes. Try going to the place where you took the test. They should have it. For GED testing centers, fees, requirements, practice questions, GED news and blogs, please visit: To locate your nearest GED testing center: http://www.acenet.edu/resources/GED/center_locator.cfm
You must take the GED test in person at a designated location. If they allowed people to take the tests online there would be no way to determine who was actually answering the questions.