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When can I get my GED?

When can I get my GED?

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Becky’s Answer

In Louisiana, as in many other states, you can start working towards your GED (HiSET) from the age of 16, although certain conditions apply. For more detailed information, visit the link to bestgedclasses provided below. You can also check out the official website of the State of Louisiana's Department of Education for broader information about the state's educational system, including available programs and requirements for residents.

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1. [BestGEDClasses in Louisiana](https://bestgedclasses.org/louisiana/#:~:text=In%20Louisiana%2C%20test%2Dtakers%20must,the%20official%20HiSET%20practice%20test)

2. [Louisiana Department of Education Graduation Requirements](https://www.louisianabelieves.com/courses/graduation-requirements)

Wishing you the best as you strive to earn your High School equivalency credentials.
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Keyston’s Answer

You're able to start working towards your GED when you're ready to take that step. Similar to my own path, success can come without college. Research adult education options in your area or explore online resources to prepare for the GED exams. Generally, you'll need to be at least 16 years old to take the tests, but requirements can vary. Much like my journey to becoming a facility maintenance supervisor, progress happens one step at a time. Remember, your journey is distinct, so seize the chances that present themselves.
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TRAVIS’s Answer

16yrs old and if you pass the tests.
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Tooba’s Answer

You can generally get a GED (General Educational Development) certificate after passing a series of tests that assess your knowledge in subjects like math, language arts, science, and social studies. The specific requirements and process can vary by location, so it's best to check with your local education department or testing center for accurate and up-to-date information on eligibility, registration, and scheduling.
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Pamela’s Answer

Hi.
It’s great that you want to start looking into getting your GED.
I know the age of the applicant varies depending on the State you live. I would either give your area School District a call or you can google it as well. I wish you the best of luck.
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