Getting Your GED – Step 3 – Go To Classes and Study


It may seem obvious, but if you want to earn your GED® diploma, you have to put in the time and effort. It’s not going to be easy. You might have to juggle work, kids and other responsibilities with class and studying. Just remember — almost everyone who has earned a GED diploma had to go through the same thing. You can do it. It will be more than worth it.

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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Getting Your GED – Step 2 – Register for Prep Classes


Once you find your local GED® prep classes, you’ll need to register. The process varies from place to place, but when you go, you’ll probably be asked to take a placement test. Don’t worry! This test is strictly to find out which classes are right for you. Everyone takes it and it’s nothing to stress out about. When it’s done, you’ll be one step closer to earning your GED diploma.

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.

Brought to you by the AdCouncil and Dollar General Literacy Foundation. GED® and GED Testing Service® are registered trademarks of the American Council on Education® and may not be used or reproduced without the express written permission of the American Council on Education.

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