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How to Expertly Prepare for GED Social Studies

Planning on getting your GED? Chances are you are concerned about the Reasoning Through Language Arts and the Mathematical Reasoning sections. That’s what your high school education was all about, right? Those of you who experienced high school curriculum within the past decade or so almost certainly felt the increased emphasis on math and language …

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What’s Up with the GRE Analytical Writing Assessment?

Back in the day, we humans ate some pretty rough stuff.  Leaves, roots, seeds…our prehistoric palates tended toward the hard, fibrous, and crunchy.  So, it was useful to have a few extra “wisdom” teeth helping out the digestive system.   Fast forward to the present day, and we live in a world of spaghetti, cake, and …

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A Complete Breakdown of the Reasoning Through Language Arts Section of the GED

So, you have finally made the big decision – you’re going to get your GED! After careful consideration, you’ve realized that in order to get the job you need, the promotion you want, or the education you desire, you going to need that high school equivalency certificate. At this point, you have already done some …

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Let’s Unpack What A “Good GRE Score” Actually Means

Because numbers are such concrete things, we tend not to question where they come from or what they mean. For instance, one morning in 1933, the U.S Federal government increased the price of gold by 21 cents. This figure, as it turned out, had been chosen by President Roosevelt himself. As FDR explained to his …

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How to Get Your GED

Only a couple decades ago, students that didn’t graduate high school were called “dropouts,” but let’s face it—that’s an inaccurate, offensive term. Thanks to all the developments in sociological, psychological, and educational research, we now know that kids don’t just suddenly choose to “drop out” of school; they are forced out by the difficulties of …

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Your First GED Tutoring Session: 6 Things To Expect, and How to Prepare

Let’s face it—adulthood is more complicated now than it has ever been. With the technological, economical, and societal landscapes changing right before our eyes, it’s no surprise that so many adults are seeking out additional education. For those who never graduated from high school, the GED test can open up new occupational and academic opportunities …

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