GED

  • High School Correspondence Courses
    There is a significant number of individuals who leave high school prematurely and miss graduating, sometimes only by just a few credits. Contrary to common belief, these individuals have the opportun....
  • GED Textbooks
    GED, which stands for the test of General Educational Development, is a certification considered equal to a high school diploma. Created in 1942, the idea was to allow young war veterans the opportuni....
  • GED Curriculum
    Created in 1942, the GED (General Educational Development) test was designed as a means for war veterans to obtain the necessary qualifications for high school graduation. This certification was essen....
  • GED Diplomas
    The GED (General Educational Development) test was established during World War II to provide war veterans with a means of completing school. Many young soldiers left high school early to serve in the....
  • Independent Learning
    It's not uncommon for students to be unable to succeed in large social environments. Others may find themselves restless and learning at a much faster pace than a traditional school can provide. Some ....
  • Online GED Courses
    Established in 1942 during World War II, the GED (General Educational Development) credential was created as a means for young war veterans to complete high school. Many of these individuals had been ....
  • GED Scores
    A General Educational Development (GED) is considered the standard certification for high school degree equivalency. Developed initially as a means for WWII veterans to complete high school degrees, t....
  • High School Credits
    In order to graduate from high school, a student must obtain a specific number of high school credits. This figure varies from state to state, and ranges generally between 18 to 22 credits. Some schoo....