Frequently Asked Questions
What is the GED exam, and why is it important?
The GED exam is a high school equivalency test that measures the skills and knowledge equivalent to a high school diploma. It is important for individuals who did not finish high school to earn the equivalent of a diploma recognized by universities and employers worldwide.
What does the GED exam consist of, and how long does it take?
The GED exam consists of four subjects: math, science, social studies, and reasoning through language arts. The total exam time is approximately 7.5 hours; each subject takes around 90 minutes to complete.
What are the eligibility requirements for taking the GED exam?
The eligibility requirements for taking the GED exam vary by country and state. In general, candidates must be at least 16 years old, not have a high school diploma or equivalent, and meet other specific requirements set by their local testing center.
How long does the GED training course take, and what does it cover?
Our GED training course takes approximately 8-12 weeks to complete, depending on the student’s pace. The course covers all four subjects of the GED exam, including practice tests and study materials.
What teaching methods and resources are used in the GED training course?
We use a variety of teaching methods, including lectures, interactive activities, group discussions, and online resources. Our course materials include textbooks, practice exams, and online resources to help students prepare for the GED exam.
How much does the GED training course cost, and are there any payment plans or scholarships available?
The cost of our GED training course varies depending on the location and specific course requirements. We offer flexible payment plans and scholarships to help make the course affordable for everyone.
How can I register for the GED training course, and what documents do I need?
To register for the GED training course, contact our training center or visit our website to complete registration. You must provide a valid form of identification, such as a passport or driver’s license, and meet any additional requirements set by your local testing center.