Are you thinking about going back to school? We are here to help!
Our data manager owns a Master’s Degree in Statistics and has experience with youth and adult teaching. Previously a professor at Truman State University, she now offers tutoring sessions for Lifeline clients who are enrolled in our programs. Need assistance with studying for the HiSET (High School Equivalency Exam), the GED, or another entrance exam? Make an appointment at Lifeline. We provide these tutoring sessions at no cost to you. Our goal is to see you succeed and pursue your ambitions.
The HiSET ® exam gives out-of-school youth and adults the best opportunity to demonstrate their skills and knowledge and earn a state-issued high school equivalency (HSE) credential. To learn more, visit the official website: hiset.ets.org.
After graduating from high school, you will receive a diploma. A diploma is a document stating you’ve completed all the required courses to graduate. Some students in high school are close to finishing and getting a diploma, but don’t quite get there. In those cases, students can take a series of tests that will indicate whether or not they have a high school level of education. This is known as the GED test. To learn more about the GED and the test subjects, visit the official website: ged.com.
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