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“Since every student is unique, our GED tutoring experts help each individual by assessing their strengths and weaknesses. We also provide overall support and identify some novel pathways, designed to cater to the specific requirements of each student. Our online activities and practice tests are extremely helpful for acing all the four GED subject tests. Moreover, our experienced tutors are extremely determined to help you out with some of the most important test-taking strategies and last-minute revision guidance to pass this prestigious examination.”
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It is highly recommended for the students planning to take the GED exam to enroll in our prep classes. Since every student is unique, our GED tutoring experts help each individual by assessing their strengths and weaknesses. These classes not only review concepts that will be tested in the exam but also impart strategies that have a tremendous carryover to your future job interviews and assessments as well. For example, many companies like Norfolk Southern and General Motors conduct pre-employment assessments to screen job seekers. These assessments act as a necessary criterion to reach to the interview round. So, if you are well versed with the test-taking strategies like the ones offered by Miles Smart Tutoring, it will help you a lot to ace such assessments.
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A GED, or General Education Development, is a set of tests that determine if a student has a high school level of education or not. It’s an alternative to attending high school, and there can be many reasons why a student didn’t complete high school, such as health reasons, choosing to drop out and many more. So, GED is basically a second chance at high school
The GED subject tests are a group of four subject tests, which, when passed, certifies that the test taker has high school-level academic skills. The subjects included in the test are Mathematics, Reading and Writing, Social Studies, and Science. GED is accepted by 98% of all US colleges and universities. While most of the colleges accept GED, some demand that the applicant must have taken college-level courses such as the AP classes offered by the College Board.
The primary difference between a high school diploma and passing the GED is that a high school diploma requires an investment of around four years. While a GED is less than 8 hours test including time taken to answer all four subject areas. This makes GED an excellent option for adults who want to go back to school or increase their employment prospects.
Miles Smart Tutoring was the recipient of the 2019 Best of St. Petersburg Award in the Area of Tutoring Service, and has helped students gain over $24 million in grants and scholarships based on an increase in SAT/ACT test scores. We provide a 100% satisfaction rate guarantee where if you aren’t fully satisfied with your GED tutor, we will replace them for free.
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Here's a list of the most frequently asked GED questions
Using study guides and practicing good test taking strategies are a good way to prepare for the GED from home. Miles Smart Tutoring also offers online 1-on-1 tutoring for the GED.
Getting a GED can be difficult because it is meant to represent everything learned in high school. But it is also just one test that you have to pass.
There are three tests, the GED, HiSET exam, and the TASC test. Which test is the easiest depends on the student, but some states only offer one or two options, not all three. Make sure to verify which option is best for you for where you live.
The math section of the GED cover, arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. The math section is generally the most challenging.
Colleges will generally want to see higher GED scores. If you’re looking to attend college after getting your GED, you should aim for a 165 or higher per subject on your GED test.
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