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Over 17 million people have already taken the GED exam to continue their education, to get a higher paying job, or to feel better about themselves. Each year, one in seven high school diplomas issued in the United States is based on passing the GED exam.

According to the American Council on Education:
GED candidates are a richly diverse group. Some have recently left school. Others have been out of school for many years. Most take the GED exam to qualify for further education. Others take it to encourage younger family members to stay in school or to qualify for a new job or promotion. GED graduates are successful doctors, lawyers, public servants, office workers, mechanics, technicians, college professors, military leaders, business people, writers, and artists.

GED Enrollment Request

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is proud to provide FREE access to the GED Preparation Course to anyone who is committed to studying for the GED exam. This prep course is designed for adults who have a ninth-grade level of education or higher. The course is online, self-paced, and includes a study guide and an assessment test to prepare you for the exam. Students do not have to purchase a test book or enroll in any GED programs to qualify.

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
American Council on Education & The California Department of Education

What Is The General Educational Development Test (GED)?

The GED was developed in the United States in 1942, to help returning
World War II Veterans finish their studies and re-enter civilian life. Today, it is available to all adults who want an equivalent of a high school diploma.

The tests are designed to measure the skills and knowledge equivalent to a high school course of study. There are five tests that make-up the GED exam. The tests are timed and use a multiple-choice question format. In addition, every GED candidate must satisfactorily complete a timed essay on an assigned topic, in order to pass the GED exam.


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