Top 5 Best Ways to Study For The GED

GED test takers are understandably nervous going in. You haven’t been in school for awhile—maybe it has been years—and you feel...

GED Scores Explained: What All Those Numbers Mean

Sponsored Links After you’ve written the GED it can be tough to wait for the results. You’ve prepared for this moment for...

How to Apply & Receive Your Nursing Bachelor’s Degree

  Although application requirements vary among institutions, most colleges and universities require completion of high school or completion of a nursing or...

Changes to the GED More High School Equivalency Exam Options

Sponsored LinksSponsored Links  In 2014 the GED exam was overhauled for the first time since 2002. Since the change, the National GED Testing Service saw...

How to Create a Studying Environment that Helps You Succeed at Getting Your GED

SPONSORED LINKS If you’re planning on getting your GED certification, you already know that you’re going to have to study. You probably feel rusty—it may...

International GED Recently Launched

A new international GED testing program is now available in over 60 countries. The GED Testing Service launched the new program in May 2017...

How to Decide Whether The GED is For You!

Do you feel regretful about your decision to drop out of high school? Does it seem like there’s a shadow of missed opportunities hanging...

Changes to the GED More High School Equivalency Exam Options

Sponsored LinksSponsored Links  In 2014 the GED exam was overhauled for the first time since 2002. Since the change, the National GED Testing Service saw...

Is The Bachelor’s Degree Worth it?

With increased postsecondary enrollment, and ascending student debt, some people wonder whether getting an undergraduate degree makes a difference. If everyone has a Bachelor’s...