If you're like many Americans, you're probably wondering: How can I get my GED or HiSET fast? Well, the good news is that earning your GED or HiSETcertificate is easier than you think. The sooner you start, the sooner you can meet your goals.
Take the steps one at a time.
Check Your Eligibility: Every state has its own test eligibility requirements. You can find California's requirements here.
Learn the Material: Study for the GED or HiSET test. You can study on your own, in a local prep classroom, or online.
Practice the Material: Establish a quiet study space. Focus your study with a guides or online classes. Check your learning with practice tests.
Register: When you're ready, schedule your test online.
Take the Test: On test day, bring a non-expired, government-issued photo ID. All personal items must remain outside of the testing area.
After you pass the test, the State of California will award you a GED or HiSET certificate that will show you have achieved the same level of knowledge as a high school graduate.
How long does it take to go through GED classes?
It varies by student, but here at GED Academy most students complete their coursework in about three months.
I didn't pass. How many times can you take the GED?
Some states have individual policies about retaking the test, but generally you can take the test about three times a year. Don't worry, you won't have to retake any subjects you passed previously.