Getting Your GED – Step 5 – Take Your GED Tests

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This is what all the studying is for.

After you’ve taken your classes and practice tests, it’s time to do exactly what you’ve been studying for — take the GED® tests. Once you’ve completed your prep classes, and taken some practice tests, your class center will help you register for the real tests. There is a fee for taking the tests, which can vary depending on your state.

The tests are mostly multiple-choice, but there is an essay section for the Language Arts, Writing Test.

Call our helpful GED referral center toll free at 1-877-38-YOURGED to find classes in your neighborhood and get answers to any other questions you might have.

Visit YOURGED.ORG for more information.

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One Response to “Getting Your GED – Step 5 – Take Your GED Tests”

  1. felixcruzazul — December 3, 2010 @ 1:43 pm

    i took my test …
    i took my test today with no preparation what so ever and i have to say this test is a joke if you cant pass it just give up it so easy its not even funny

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