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how do i get my ged

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Toyin’s Answer

Hi Noah!
Getting a GED can be the start of many great things for your future career.
the track you take towards reaching this accomplishment would depend on your personal circumstance.

Step 1
Find study materials - Check out www.ged.com, an resource that helps you pass the GED test. It’s free to set up, and you’ll find study materials, tips, and classes. You can also learn more about the test subjects and schedule your test.

Step 2
Prepare - According to GED testing services, test-takers study for an average of 3-8 months before taking the exam. Determine a timeline that will best help you get your GED, and stick to it! Aim to study 1-2 times a day, for 40-60 minutes each time. Many tips and guides are available for online, find a method that works best for you.

If you are interested, paid programs and classes can also be found through GED Testing Service. Search through a list of local testing centers to locate the one nearest you. Study tools and classes might even be free! Your prep center can also put you in touch with a teacher if you are interested in one-on-one tutoring.

Step 3 -
Take the Test - Schedule your GED tests through your MyGED account. Locate your nearest testing center and begin scheduling your exam. You can take one subject test at at time or all in one day. Create a testing schedule that works best with your personal timetable.

Step 4
Get your GED!
Successfully pass all four subject tests and you get your GED!

Your test scores are available within 3-24 hours after testing. GED test scores are divided into three categories: passing, GED College Ready and GED College Ready + Credit. Each level indicates a different range of abilities and college readiness. The higher you score, the greater educational or employment options you have.


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Tracy’s Answer

Contact your local community college or career center. It looks like the Mt Vernon Campus of SVC offers GED Testing and prep courses for $120. Depending on your age and if you were released from high school or homeschooled you might be a candidate to take the exam. Nothing wrong with taking the GED if your wanting to move forward with your career and potentially apply for college or a trade school

Tracy recommends the following next steps:

CONTACT Skagit Valley Community College