Q: I am looking into taking the GED and am having a rough time in finding
information on it. If anyone has been through it before or knows about
it, I would love any information you could give.
A:For most people who drop out of high school the GED is a difficult test. It is easier to get a High School diploma. The tests are sampled by high school graduates and the passing grade for the test is set up in such a way that about thirty out of 100 high school graduates would be expected to fail the test. You can get some information about the tests by using WWW search engines such as Alta Vista. Search for either "GED" or "General Educational Development." For the best information contact your local state or provincial department of education. It is administered by the states and provinces. If you intend to buy manuals to study from, seek a local adult education center for help. There are different styles of manuals and they come in different reading levels. You must find manuals most suitable for you. For people studying at home, the manuals are probably better than the computer programs that are available. The really good programs that can be used for self study cost over a thousand dollars and are used at adult learning centers.
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