Tips for passing the GED® Test:1) You should find a source to learn/study the five different subjects (plus written essay) that are covered in the GED® Test.
2) You will also need to contact a GED® Testing Center (hopefully near you) and speak with a counselor to learn when tests can be taken.
3) Plan and prepare since you must take the entire course in a single test session!
We recommend using our testprep247.com site if you prefer a GED®. However, many find that a High School Diploma or our Fast Track Certificate is preferred by employers and readily accepted by adult continuing education centers (i.e. community colleges; private schools). The FVHS Fast Track program is delivered 100% online and contains all necessary elements to complete the program on a self-paced, low pressure basis. Take a look at these facts before deciding how to complete your high school education:
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