This informational website helps students pass the GED® test. We achieve this goal by providing useful information about preparation for the GED exam.
To fulfill our mission, we offer learning tips and educational resources helpful for students who consider taking the GED Test. Our website also lists (practically) all GED prep locations in the US; most likely there are GED classes near you and you can find them through our website. Our database is updated weekly.
We strive to get you familiar with GED prep requirements so you can catch up, get ahead, and get ready for the four independent GED subtests.
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Why You Should Prepare For The GED Diploma
The GED diploma demonstrates that you have the same understanding and knowledge as high school students upon graduation. Virtually all employers, state and federal government agencies and recruiters accept the GED diploma in lieu of a traditional high school diploma.
Most preparation classes have modified their instruction following the computerized format of the four GED tests, and to make you feel more comfortable to take the tests on a computer. The GED tests are not available online; you still will have to show up in person at an official, state-designated testing site.
Of course, you can take online prep classes and study at home, or you can engage in one of the many traditional preparation courses offered all around the country. Use the search function to find prep classes near you. Check out your city or state and get prepared for your GED!
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