Every day more jobs are requiring a high school level equivalency even for entry level positions. In 2013 the Bureau of Statistics estimated that it will cost $15,230 dollars on their annual income to a worker who does not have a GED or High School Certification. The job market is constantly becoming more competitive and business and corporations are at high risk of bankruptcy and so millions of people of losing their jobs. The General Education Development Program (GED) is the equivalent of a high school graduate degree. I completed my GED in January 2015; it was a combined journey in which I had the support of amazing professors and by utilizing online resources. Some people like to question if is truly worthy having a GED Certification, and it is since it allowed me to be able to apply for more jobs and to go to College. I know that you might not want to go back to High School, that you have a job and a family and a million things in your head, but I am writing to let you know that is possible, you only need about thirty minutes a day that you can use to prepare even from the comfort of your own home. This is how you can do it:
- Create a Goal: If you are want to get your GED you need to set a time frame; go to the GED Testing Website and Register for the examination in five to six months depending on how much time you are able to dedicate to study.
- Develop a Strategy: Before you are able to advance in a direction, you must find out where you are at, your strengths and weakness. For that you can take a free practice test on the GED website or you can pay about 6 dollars for an official practice test on myged.com. The more you get expose to this practice tests the more you can monitor your progress and understand how the Test Language works. Also you got to choose the times and place that you will dedicate for your study, and if you will go to an adult center or study fully online.( I am not affiliate to any of these websites- they are fully educational resources for you to use)
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3-Be Consistent: Keep in mind the Importance of obtaining your GED by being discipline in your study sections. Do not get discourage if you don’t pass the first time, you can retake as many sections of the test as you need. You will be able to get three attempts for each subject, and sixty days after you can retake the subject after the initial three attempts. The more you study and prepare yourself the fastest you can get your GED. You have a 76% to 95% chance of passing but zero% if you do not try. Be part of the 20 million people who graduated from their GED.