If you didn’t finish high school, you’ve probably had someone tell you, “You can always get your GED.” But what does that really mean? Many folks aren’t quite sure. Don’t worry! This article is here to break down the basics of the GED for you. We’ll chat about how it’s different from a high school diploma, dive into the differences between the two, steps to get your GED online, and clear up some myths about taking the GED online. Let’s get started!
Many adults who didn’t finish high school believe that the GED® is their only option, but that’s not true. Adult have plenty of options now to earn their high school diploma, including online, self-paced courses through an Adult Fast-track program from an accredited school like Excel High School. You can earn your high school diploma in a matter of months, depending on how many credits you have to transfer and how quickly you can work through your courses.
Change is in the air. As the price and delivery method of the GED ® test are dramatically changing next year, 40-States and the District of Columbia are looking at dropping the GED ® test for their high school equivalency program. The responsibility for issuing high school equivalency certificates or diplomas rests with states and […]