GED & College Students

General Education Development (GED) Test

Passing the GED examination is considered equivalent to earning a high school diploma. The test covers writing, social studies, science, reading, and math. Use the resources below to register and prepare for the GED.

Preparing for the GED

College Research

These tools will help with writing, researching, and formatting college papers. For career resources, please see our Job Seekers & Career Exploration page; access our Teens page for information about enrolling in college.

Selected Research Tools

Features thousands of full-text and peer-reviewed articles. Includes excellent resources for many academic subjects; including psychology, religion, physics, and chemistry.

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Provides information and analysis on thousands of authors and their works. Includes biographies, book reviews, criticism, and synopses from authoritative reference sources and academic journals.

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This powerful, user-friendly resource contains articles from thousands of periodicals, as well as reference books and primary source documents; covers business, health, education, general science, multicultural studies, and more.

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Writing

Formatting & Style Guides