|dollphyn||Posted - 23 March 2006 17:29 |
I have been on here for awhile now reading your post...(my son is preparing to take his test)...I would like you to know what is in the "Barrons, How To Prepare For The GED" book. On page 5 under commonly asked questions, number 3 - "What score is required to earn a High School Equivalency Diploma?" ----The standard score requirements vary for each state, territory, or province. You will find that in some states a candidate must earn a minimum score of 410 on each of the five test areas or a minimum average score of 450 for the five tests. The majority of states require a minimum average score of 450 and no individual test score below 350 or 410. I recommend all who anticipate taking this test to purchase one of these books - it also comes with a CD. Along with this book we bought :The GED Book For Dummies, McGraw-Hill's GED Mathematics and The English Grammar for Dummies...These are realy helping my son tremendously...Good Luck and Best Wishes to you all....
|morgen ||Posted - 14 April 2006 16:0 |
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