A high school equivalency credential provides individuals, regardless of previous academic experience or success, an excellent opportunity for educational career improvement. Credential holders can attend 2-year and 4-year colleges, enter training programs, and attain better jobs.
Depending on your location, a high school equivalency credential can be obtained by passing either the GED® test, HiSET®, or TASCTM, the three high school equivalency exams.
Cambridge's FasTrak™ program is the key to earning a high school equivalency credential. With this system, 12 to 60 hours of rigorous preparation is sufficient to lift most candidates over the bar. The Cambridge FasTrak™ is a total training system utilizing best practices and data-driven instruction to customize instruction to client need. The FasTrak™ Program:
GED® is a registered trademark of the American Council on Education (ACE) and administered exclusively by GED Testing Service LLC under license. TASCTM, Test Assessing Secondary Completion, is a trademark of McGraw-Hill Education. HiSET® is a trademark of Educational Testing Service (ETS). This product is not endorsed or approved by ACE, GED Testing Service, McGraw-Hill Education, or ETS.
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