Websites that Can Help You Plan to Take the GED Test

By Murray Shukyn, Dale E. Shuttleworth, Achim K. Krull

So, you think you might want to take the GED. But, where do you start? The Internet is a helpful and sometimes scary place. Some websites are there to help you in your GED test preparation, while others just want to sell you something. You have to know how to separate the good from the bad. Here are a couple of essential ones (most are accessible through GEDtestingservice.com):

  • adulted is a website that links to the GED test eligibility requirements and testing locations in your state.

  • USAeducation is a site that explains GED test eligibility for foreign students.

If you’re curious and want to see what’s out there, type in “GED test” into any search engine and relax while you try to read about 22 million results, ranging from the helpful to the helpless. In the interest of time management, leave this last activity until after you’ve passed the tests.

As useful as the Internet can be, it still provides the opportunity to waste vast amounts of time. And right now, you need to spend your time preparing for the test — and leave the rest for after you get your diploma.