What is GED ®?

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ui tokomaha te iwi tatou, "He aha te mea GED?” The GED® diploma shows that you have the same knowledge as someone who completed high school in the USA. Getting your GED® diploma can help you be more successful. It can get you a better job and allows you to go to college. Learn everything you need to know to answer the question, “What is GED ®?"

Many people ask us, “What is GED?” The GED® diploma shows that you have the same knowledge as someone who completed high school in the USA. Getting your GED® diploma can help you be more successful. It can get you a better job and allows you to go to college. Learn everything you need to know to answer the question, “What is GED ®?”

He aha te mea GED?
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What is GED?
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What is the GED® test?

What is the GED® test?

The GED® test is a test of your knowledge. The name GED® is short for General Education Diploma. Passing the GED® test shows you have the same knowledge and skills as a person who graduated from high school in the USA.

The GED® test is a test of your knowledge. The name GED® is short for General Education Diploma. Passing the GED® test shows you have the same knowledge and skills as a person who graduated from high school in the USA.

Aha e mea faufaa?

Why is it important?

E rave rahi Ameliká a kihai i taea te whakaoti kura nui etahi rerenga me manene. Te kore te tītohu kura nui, it can be hard to get a good job and succeed in the USA. But if you pass the GED® test, whiwhi koe i te tītohu (tiwhikete) i to koutou ahua. Kei te karangatia e te reira i te aifaitoraa kura nui (HSE) tītohu, kia kia kite i ētahi wā koe ranei whakarongo tuku koutou whakamātautau ki hei whakamatautau HSE.

Many Americans and some refugees and immigrants were not able to finish high school. Without a high school diploma, it can be hard to get a good job and succeed in the USA. But if you pass the GED® test, you get a diploma (certificate) from your state. It is called a high school equivalency (HSE) diploma, so you may sometimes see or hear your test referred to as an HSE test.

The GED® diploma says you have the same skills as someone who completed high school. Ko te lavame'a nui tenei! E kore anake e riro koe i te mātauranga, engari ka whai koutou kōwhiringa pai mahi.

The GED® diploma says you have the same skills as someone who completed high school. This is a big accomplishment! Not only will you gain an education, but you will have better job choices.

What is the GED® test like?

What is the GED® test like?

The test take several hours. It is divided into four parts that you can take on separate days. ka tangohia e koe te whakamātautau i runga i te rorohiko. You can take the test in English, Spanish, or French.

The test take several hours. It is divided into four parts that you can take on separate days. You will take the test on a computer. You can take the test in English, Spanish, or French.

E wha ngā kaupapa i runga i te whakamātautau: akoranga pāpori, pūtaiao, pāngarau, me toi reo (pānui me te tuhituhi). You will answer many questions and write an essay.

There are four subjects on the test: social studies, science, math, and language arts (reading and writing). You will answer many questions and write an essay.

Me aha ahau inaianei?

What shall I do now?

How should I study for the GED® test?

How should I study for the GED® test?

USAHello’s free online GED® classes hipokina ia kaupapa i runga i te whakamātautau. Ka taea e koe te tīmata i te piha haapiiraa te wa e rite koe. whakaoti te nuinga ngā ākonga kotahi kaupapa i roto i te rua wiki ki te rua marama. Ka taea e koe te tīmata me te mutu wā. Ka taea e koe te mahi anō i te mau haapiiraa. Ka taea e koe te whiriwhiri e raro e hiahia ana koe ki te tīmata ki.

USAHello’s free online GED® classes cover each subject on the test. You can start a class whenever you are ready. Most students finish one subject within two weeks to two months. You can start and stop anytime. You can retake lessons. You can choose which subject you want to start with.

Does my state offer the GED® credential?

Does my state offer the GED® credential?

You cannot take the GED® test in every state. Titiro ki te ripanga i raro ki te kitea i roto i nei tapaea whakamātautau kei roto i tou ahua.

You cannot take the GED® test in every state. Look at the table below to find out which test is offered in your state.

Ripanga o HSE whakamatautau kāwanatanga i te kāwanatanga whakahoutia 2019

Table of HSE tests state by state updated 2019

If your state does not offer GED® test, te reira pai! Ka taea e tonu e koe te tiki i te tītohu e he tika rite pai. You can take the TASC test or the HiSET test in your state. Titiro ki te tepu ano ki te kite i ai tetahi.

If your state does not offer GED® test, it’s okay! You can still get a diploma that is just as good. You can take the TASC test or the HiSET test in your state. Look at the table again to see which one.

The HiSET test is like the GED® test. ta te tītohu HiSET ™ i koe te taua mōhiotanga me ngā pūkenga rite te tangata nei oti te kura nui i roto i te USA.

The HiSET test is like the GED® test. The HiSET™ diploma says you have the same knowledge and skills as someone who completed high school in the USA.

Ko te whakamātautau TASC ko rite te whakamātautau GED. Haere i te whakamātautau TASC whakaatu i koe te taua mōhiotanga me ngā pūkenga hei tangata nei parau tuite i te kura nui i roto i te USA.

The TASC test is like the GED test. Passing the TASC test shows you have the same knowledge and skills as a person who graduated from high school in the USA.

How do I take the GED® test?

How do I take the GED® test?

Ki te tango i nga whakamātautau, whai koe ki te haere ki te pokapū whakamātautau. Ka te whakamātautau i runga i te rorohiko.

To take the tests, you have to go to a testing center. The tests will be on a computer.

E mau ki te whakamātautau mahi ki te kite, ki te he rite ki te haere i te whakamātautau nei koe, ki te hiahia koe ki te ako atu ranei i mua i haina ake koe.

Take a practice test to see if you are ready to pass the tests now, or if you want to study more before you sign up.

A tuatapapa i te katoa ngā kaupapa e whā ki te faaineine no te whakamātautau GED®.

Study all four topics to prepare for the GED® test.

Find the information you need to register for and take the GED® test. A, no te mea kua haere koe kaupapa wha katoa, ka riro ia koe he tītohu.

Find the information you need to register for and take the GED® test. When you have passed all four subjects, you will receive a diploma.

I ahau i te tītohu i tetahi atu whenua. Kia whiwhi tonu ahau i te HiSET, TASC GED® ranei taipitopito tuakiri?

I have a diploma from another country. Should I still get a HiSET, TASC or GED® credential?

Ki te whai koe i te tītohu kura nui, kia koe e kore e hiahia ana i te HiSET ranei, TASC GED® ranei taipitopito tuakiri. Ko kia hiahia tohu oti koe kura koe ki te haere ki te kāreti tiki i te mahi ranei. Ki te kore koe e whai tohu, whiwhi i te tītohu i roto i te USA e te tauturu ia koe.

If you have a high school diploma, you may or may not need a HiSET, TASC or GED® credential. But you may need proof you finished school to go to college or get a job. If you do not have proof, getting a diploma in the USA will help you.

Do you have scholarships for the GED® test?

Do you have scholarships for the GED® test?

No, we do not have any scholarships for GED® tests.

No, we do not have any scholarships for GED® tests.

Here is one scholarship for people who live near Portland, Oregon. Ki te matau koutou o atu karahipi, tēnā īmēra tatou and we will list it here so that more people can find GED® scholarships.

Here is one scholarship for people who live near Portland, Oregon. If you know of more scholarships, please email us and we will list it here so that more people can find GED® scholarships.

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