Everything students need to know to succeed on the GED, the most commonly taken high school equivalency exam.
The GED (General Educational Development) tests provide hundreds of thousands of people each year with the opportunity to earn the equivalent of a high school diploma--it is still by far the most popular high school accreditation test in the United States. The GED includes tests in 4 areas: Reasoning Through Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies. Cracking the GED Test is fully aligned with the newest exam requirements and provides in-depth content review for all sections of the GED, plus expert advice on manageable ways to approach and conquer the exam.
Note that as of April 2018, the GED is proctored in all but the following 10 states:
* Indiana, New York, West Virginia (TASC-only states)
* Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, Tennessee (HiSET-only states)
Changes from 2017: TN is now HiSET-only; MA now offers GED
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