We continue to stand committed, to provide our students the most up to date curriculum in a learning management system that is state of the art.
Santa Cruz, CA (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
The GED exam is going to get tougher and more expensive to register for, accordingly to sources. As plans to implement a computer based GED exam are quickly becoming a reality, traditional pencil and paper exams in all GED testing centers nationwide are now becoming obsolete. As these new exam changes are being put into place, GEDforFree.com remains a very popular choice for both younger and older working adults to study for their GED exam.
This free online GED preparatory course and study guide was created nearly 6 years ago and has serviced nearly 1.3 million customers. "We continue to stand committed, to provide our students the most up to date curriculum in a learning management system that is state of the art. When we launched this free GED preparatory course, we were not sure if anyone was going to use it. Now we see the good that it is doing for so many people, which makes us all the more motivated to help them all achieve their educational goals." says lead GED instructor James Donald.
Not only is GEDforFree.com making it easier for students old and new to study and eventually sit for their GED exam at a local GED testing center, GEDforFree.com is also making it easier for students to receive important updates, submit their feedback and join the discussion with other students enrolled in this free online GED prep course via the GEDforFree Facebook page.
GEDforFree.com has and always will be completely free to the student. Both Educators and Webmasters are encouraged and welcomed to place links to GEDforFree.com in order to inform more students about this great, free resource.