The General Education Development(GED) test has undergone some changes. In addition to the GED, there is also the HSED(High School Equivalency Diploma). When you're searching either online for study materials, within the library catalog, or looking for local information, you may want to try searching by these key terms:
The High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) is marketed as an accessible, affordable alternative to the GED. To learn more about the HiSET, check out their website. It's important to realize that not all states offer the HiSET test yet and that the ones that do have different policies and requirements to take that test. Once you pass the HiSET, you are awarded with your HSED.
Looking for more information about the GED than is offered on this page? The library even offers books and other materials to help you pass this test.
If you're looking for specific material for the math or science or english portion, search the library catalog with the word GED followed by whatever section for which you are looking.
Check out the following sources to find out more about where to go to take your GED test.
In the Quad Cities area, several services are offered for those seeking GED Help. Visit the following links for more information. These locations also serve as places to go to take the actual test. Please contact each specific place for more information.
Need to take the GED in Spanish? No problem! Learning Express offers help in Spanish as well.