Should I take an online GED class?
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It depends on the program. There are plenty of online GED classes that are either free or paid, and some of them are better than others. With most free online courses, you don't get much feedback from teachers, if any--it's mainly written study materials. However, some adult education nonprofits do teacher-directed distance learning--for best results, contact some adult education centers in your area and ask about distance learning for the GED.
Online GED courses are often a good choice for adult students who have plenty of responsibilities outside of school; it can be tough to keep up with a class that meets at a regular time, and some students prefer the flexibility of an online class. However, you'll have to be able to motivate yourself--you won't have an in-person instructor or peers to keep you going.
If a GED class is paid, that doesn't necessarily mean it's a scam. But you do need to be careful, especially if the class says it can give you a GED if you successfully complete the coursework, or if it charges you separately for your GED diploma. Only the state can issue a GED diploma, and the cost is $12 per test or $60 for all five--and you have to test separately at an official testing center; you can't test or be awarded your GED through the school.
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