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The Gift of Education: GED Study course package Gift card
This year, give the Gift of Education.Our online GED courses are the perfect gift for a loved one who hasn't completed his high school diploma or GED. Let Christmas morning be the first day of the rest of your loved one's life!Take advantage of this tremendous price and gift education, along with the future that it allows, to your loved one this year.The most recent version of the USA GED® Test was released on January 1, 2014, by the GED Testing Service ®. OLT's new four-course series ..
GED - All four GED courses - Monthly Subscription - NEW versions!
The OnLine Training GED Program((This subscription program requires a PayPal account.  You will be charged $25 when you register, and then the subscription kicks in and you are charged $25 per month.  You can cancel the subscription in your PayPal account at any time.  )) In order to use this service, you will need to use the buttons below to set up your payments, and then complete your course registration with our website. -- It takes both steps to turn on your course. ..
GED - All four courses - Continuous Access - NEW versions!
The OnLine Training GED Program The GED test consists of four parts. Part 1. Reasoning Through Language Arts (RLA) – This includes writing and reading skills. It includes popular literature, classical literature, and commentary on literature and the fine arts.  A composition of approximately 250 words is also required. Part 2. Mathematics - This includes basic arithmetic, algebra, statistics, and geometry. Part 3. Science - This includes life scien..
GED - Mathematics
This section will help you develop high school graduate level skills in arithmetic, including fractions, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction, percentages, and other measurements, and basic statistical measures. The course will also cover algebra and geometry. You will learn and practice effectively estimating answers, solving a problem that requires multiple steps, discerning between information needed and not needed in solving a problem, and how to recognize when you do not have eno..
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