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Community-based education centers may be a great option for continuing your education outside the traditional classroom setting. Learn what types of programs are offered and how you can benefit from completing one.
Results from college entrance exams are used in the college application and admission process. Knowing how the exams differ will allow you to select the one best suited to your needs.
If you were unable to complete your high school education, you can earn a high school equivalency credential by passing the General Education Development test. The GED measures an adult's high school-level knowledge and skills in five subject areas. This credential is recognized as a key to employment opportunities, advancement and further education.
Bridge programs, offered by many community colleges, prepare adult students for college by helping them acquire the necessary academic skills for a successful college experience.
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