It all depends on how far you got in high school, and how intelligent you are. If you have completed half of the 11th grade with decent grades, it should be pretty easy. Everyone is different, however. More than 30% of high school GRADUATES fail the GED when it is given to them. If you received extra help in school, you probably need to study quite a bit to pass. Do NOT assume the test is easy. There are books in the library that have pretests in them. Take these before jumping into things. There are adult education centers in your area that assist with GED tutoring to help you before you take the test. The classes are often free. If you are especially weak in a certain subject, it might be best to study that more, since you need to pass all exams (not the total average) in order to get your GED. For help on GED test materials, GED pracitce test, GED testing location, fees, and information you need is just a phone call away. Call 1-800-62-MYGED (1-800-626-9433) to find your local GED Testing Center. The center can tell you: * Whether you can take the GED Tests * Where to find the Official GED Practice Tests * Where to find a GED instructional program * How much it costs to take the tests * When the tests are given * Other useful information
Getting a GED is the only way to get a diploma after you are 21. If you are interested in getting a GED, contact your local education department to see when they offer GED courses, and how you can take the GED test.
Go get your ged it's not that hard, you can do it...
Getting a diploma from an on line high school is better than getting just a CED only for certain careers. Getting you diploma over the GED great! Getting a GED is just as good though, you can still have the same opportunities available to you with it.
You can get a divers license with or without having a GED.
Yes and a GED shouldn't be to hard to get if you have what it takes to be a cna.
Yes you can. Getting your GED does not stop you from doing anything you please good luck in your pursuit
Obtaining a GED as an adult is not a very difficult. There are courses that are available both online as well as in the classroom.
There are many GED schools which offer online GED. Try out "http://www.passged.com/" for more information. You can search using "http://www.google.com" and get more information about getting GED online.
GED classes are often held at local high schools. Attending one of these classes would be a good starting point for getting math worksheets to assist in passing the GED examination.
The requirements for getting your GED in California can be found at the following web site...www.passged.com/CA-GED-Testing.php Good luck with your future endeavors.
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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 many benefits to getting your GED. These benefits can include but are not limited to: higher pay, a wider selection of jobs, continuing your education, and finally it is a goal you can check off of your list.
If you're in the US... Yes, child support continues--getting a GED is not an emancipating event.
You don't need a GED to get married, although getting one will get you more income and is therefore an excellent idea for someone considering marriage.
Study hard, Take good notes, take your time, And Always listen in your classes. If you want the GED you need your time focused in your classes.
Yes, you definitely could give a graduation party for a person who just got their GED. It takes hard work and effort to get ready to take the GED test and passing it is certainly something to celebrate.
I'm not really sure if getting your GED online is legit, so you should try finding a testing facility near you, and take it there. That way you know that you're getting what you paid for! good luck!
Yes, they do. Getting a GED does not emancipate a minor. Your parents are still in charge until you turn 18.
Visit the official GED Testing Service website at www.acenet.edu for information or call 1-800-62-MYGED (1-800-626-9433) to find your local GED Testing Center. The center can tell you: * Whether you can take the GED Tests * Where to find the Official GED Practice Tests * Where to find a GED instructional program * How much it costs to take the tests * When the tests are given * Other useful information To locate your nearest GED testing center: http://www.acenet.edu/resources/GED/center_locator.cfm
if you go on to get a masters degree at least (a PhD would be preferable). GED is considered the same as high school diploma.
GED practice math tests will be available for free all over the internet. Since so many people take the GED every year, it will not be hard to find one that suits your needs.
GED information is available at the official North Carolina state site (see related link). * Whether you can take the GED Tests * Where to find the Official GED Practice Tests * Where to find a GED instructional program * How much it costs to take the tests * When the tests are given * Other useful information The American Council on Education provides links to GED sites. To locate your nearest GED testing center, see the related link.
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