GED

  • GED Questions
    Created in 1942, the GED (General Educational Development) test was developed by the Center for Adult Learning and Education Credentials as a means for war veterans to complete high school diplomas. T....
  • High School At Home
    For whatever reasons you may have left grade school early, it's not too late to get back on track and move towards a good career. In a competitive job market, such as the one we face in our present ec....
  • GED Math
    Our economy naturally pushes individuals towards achieving the highest level of success possible. When you're ready to take the next step in career advancement or to apply to college, chances are thes....
  • GED Distance Learning
    Distance learning is a school system that is based on the idea that students can learn the course materials without having to physically attend classes at certain times. Traditional high schools, coll....
  • GED Applications
    If you haven't completed your high school diploma, it may be extremely beneficial to obtain a diploma equivalency. A GED may be the difference between being stuck in the same job position, or advancin....
  • GED Testing
    The General Education Development (GED) test is a credential considered equal to a high school diploma. The GED system was established in 1942 as a means for World War II veterans who had left high sc....
  • GED Requirements
    In order to finish a high school education not yet complete, it is imperative to obtain a GED (General Educational Development) certification. The GED was created in 1942 for World War II veterans. Ju....
  • Get A GED
    It's not uncommon to feel stuck at work, either unable to advance to a higher position or to secure a job at all. Many factors may affect job security, such as economic recession or change in consumer....