Category Archives for "GED Prep Blog"

Joining the Military with a GED and GED Plus

The Army only allows about 15 percent of their total enlistments each year to have a GED (See Military ASVAB/Education Minimum Levels). However, the Army has a special enlistment program for people who have neither a high school diploma, nor a GED. It’s called the Army GED Plus Enlistment Program. The GED Plus Program enables […]

Math Formulas for the HiSET-TASC-GED exam

These Math Formulas are part of our GED online prep, click here to read how it works.   AREA of a: square Area = side2 rectangle Area = length × width parallelogram Area = base × height triangle Area = 1/2 × base × height trapezoid Area = 1/2 × (base1 + base2) × height circle […]

How To Answer Multiple Choice Questions

Choose Best Answer Whenever you are faced with a set of answers and asked to choose, you should choose the most appropriate or `best’ answer, as more than one may be `correct’ in a limited sense. A] A seagull is a bird; B] A seagull is a bird that eats fish; C] A seagull is […]

How to write a GED Essay 2017 in a Few Steps

Follow these tips how to write a GED® test, TASC, or HiSET essay. These tips are part of our online HiSET-TASC-GED video classes and they are designed to help you to pass the HSE (High School Equivalency) exam. You will have no more than 45 minutes to create your essay on a given topic or question, […]

What Are Top Online High Schools

There are many ways to demonstrate your knowledge. You may want to follow online GED classes and pass the GED exam or get your high school diploma. There are people who prefer the second option and here you will find information about top high online schools. We can find a growing number of online high schools […]

High School Diploma For Adults

Whether you just missed out on graduation last year or 50 years ago, it is never too late or too early to get your high school diploma or equivalency. You can, for example, opt-in for online GED-HiSET-TASC classes on our website here. Many high schools offer Adult Programs with highly flexible methods where you can […]

GED Prep – How To Stay Perfectly Motivated

Updated Aug. 25, 2016. How to stay on track with your GED-TASC-HiSET preparation Step one: Set your goal and make it real Ask yourself why do you need the high school equivalency (GED, TASC, or HiSET) diploma? Do you want a better job and a better future? Then you will probably need additional education. I want […]

Interview with Mark Mussman About the New GED Test

Dr. Mark Mussman is the Education Coordinator at Mercy Neighborhood Ministries, Cincinnati, Ohio.  I asked Mark about his perception of the new GED® test. Kate: The new GED test was introduced in January 2014, what is your perception of the new test? Dr. Mark: The new GED test is an opportunity for students to demonstrate critical thinking and […]

Lyndon B. Johnson

Lyndon Baines Johnson, (1908-1973), 36th President of the United States •Nickname: “LBJ” •Born: Aug. 27, 1908, near Johnson City, Texas •Education: Southwest Texas State Teachers College (graduated 1930) •Profession: Teacher, Public Official •Religious Affiliation: Disciples of Christ •Marriage: Nov. 17, 1934, to Claudia Alta “Lady Bird” Taylor (1912- ) •Children: Lynda Bird Johnson (1944- ); […]

GED History – LBJ and The War on Poverty

The GED® (General Education  Development) program was established as a program for returning WW II veterans in the early forties of the last century. But it was in 1947 that the state of New York decided to allow civilians to sit for the GED test as well. Around 1970, all of the 50 states were […]