Can I get my GED online due to Covid 19?

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Can I get my GED online due to Covid 19?

The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic continues to evolve globally, and we are closely monitoring the impact on test delivery. As soon as it is safe for testing to resume at your test center, you will be able to schedule your exam online through your GED.com account.

Q. What is the youngest age you can take the GED?

The minimum age requirement to take the GED® test is 18 unless you meet any one of the additional requirements. If you are underage, you must meet one of the following additional requirements: You must be within 60 days of your 18th birthday (regardless of school enrollment status).

Q. Are you pursuing a GED high school equivalent?

Is the GED Equal to a High School Diploma? The GED is a high school equivalency diploma, so you can use it to apply to college or for a job resume, just like you would with a high school diploma.

Q. Will GED affect my future?

“The distinction between a high school diploma and a GED in the eyes of an employer is very negligible. Most employers do not in fact care whether a candidate has a high school diploma or a GED unless there is a relevant reason to,” says Nate Masterson, director of HR for Maple Holistics.

Q. What is the hardest test on the GED?

What is the hardest subject on the GED test? According to the majority of GED test-takers, Mathematics is the hardest one. No surprise there. Most people take Mathematics as their last test for their GED completion.

Q. Is college really harder than high school?

In summary, college classes are definitely harder than high school classes: the topics are more complicated, the learning is more fast-paced, and the expectations for self-teaching are much higher. HOWEVER, college classes are not necessarily harder to do well in.

Q. What is the easiest GED test?

What is the easiest GED test? Reasoning Through Language Arts is the easiest of all four GED test subjects. It requires only reading excerpts, showing understanding, drawing conclusions, and writing clearly.

Q. Is TASC harder than GED?

Students report that the TASC Math portion is more challenging than the GED math section. The TASC exam requires a better and deeper understanding of all academic fields, but especially the subject areas of science and math, they say. In general, the TASC is more affordable than the GED, the cost varies by state.

Q. Does Stanford accept GED?

Students must have a high school diploma, the state equivalent of a high school diploma, or a GED in order to enroll at Stanford. Students who are dual-enrolled in both high school and college programs should apply for freshman admission.

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