|The General Education Degree (GED) was developed in 1942 and, since then, has helped more than 15 million people to get a high school diploma equivalency. GED tests cover areas such as, language arts, mathematics, science and social studies. Sometimes, potential employers or college application use GED scores in hiring or admissions process. The GED is a certificate or diploma that certifies that accredited adult has reached high-level knowledge of school despite not completed high school. It is awarded to those who pass the GED test, created by the American Council on Education (ACE). Several non-profit organizations offer excellent free or low-cost online classes to help you prepare for the GED test.
GED online is a distance learning program to assist adult learners to prepare their GED tests. It is administered by local school boards, churches, libraries and colleges. The GED online program consists of a series of five (5) tests respectively on language writing, language reading, social studies, science and mathematics. Those who pass all five tests are given a high school equivalency certificate. To pass the tests of GED online, you must meet the following requirements: