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The GED Tests (Tests of General Educational Development) measure how well someone has mastered the skills and general knowledge that are commonly associated with a four-year high school education.
The tests cover the same subjects that people study in high school. The five subjects are:
When a student passes the GED Tests (and is age 18 or older), he/she receives a certificate that is equivalent to a high school diploma. The GED credential is widely recognized by colleges, training schools, and employers. The American Council on Education reports that more than 95% of employers in the nation employ GED graduates and offer them the same salaries and opportunities for advancement as high school graduates.
Our GED Preparation classes help students prepare to take the tests by offering:
Go to our Sign Up page to find out how to enroll in our GED Preparation classes.
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