Why Should I Take the GED?
Looking to prove that you have some seriously stellar high school equivalency skills? Our guide to the GED can help you get that party started with reviews, drills, and full-length practice exams. Just remember: we want a mention in your best-selling memoir.
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Second chances are nice, right? The GED is a second chance for a future.
Shmoop GED and you’re ready to Get Employed, Darnit.
With Shmoop GED, you’ll be as prepped and ready as you can be.
You’ll learn how to conquer real-world math situations
Like counting change… …converting measurements…
…and figuring out what this random guy’s chances are…
…of hitting the jackpot on a scratch-off lotto ticket.
You’ll be able to check out any piece of literature, from poetry and plays…
…to the weird philosophical needlepoint pillows on your grandmother’s couch.
Then you’ll pull it apart and analyze it like some kind of word surgeon.
Shmoop GED will turn you into a history and science pro as well.
And you’ll probably start showing off all your knowledge at parties, gatherings, and
supermarkets. In other words, you’ll become very cool.
You’ll also become a master of the English language, writing essays and rattling off
grammar rules like nobody’s business. How does Shmoop GED do all of this stuff?
No… it’s not magic. You’ll get hundreds of explanations, examples,
and exercises. Shmoop covers every possible topic you may
encounter, so there will be no surprises. You’ll get over six hundred practice problems
and essays to prep you for the big day, so you can practice anywhere, anytime.
And once you’re feeling ready for that practice run…
…you’ll be able to use two full-length, timed GED practice tests.
So go on and grab that second chance. Shmoop GED and snag a brighter future.