Covcell Offers Free GED, HiSET & TASC Prep
Scottsdale, Arizona (PRUnderground) August 14th, 2017
The Covcell team has released a new online guide to help students who want to earn their High School Equivalency Diploma through passing the GED, HiSET, or TASC exam.
Many young people dropped out of high school for some reason but today’s employment market usually requires applicants to hold at least a secondary credential for most positions. Practically all prospective employers want their employees to be educated, and this means that they possess a high school or equivalent diploma.
Now, what options do individuals still have if they don’t hold a high school diploma? Should they go clean windshields, shine shoes, or maybe become actors? Well, there are more options. They can go the GED track.
The GED high school equivalency exam, just like the since 2014 available alternatives HiSET and TASC exams, offers individuals the chance to earn a diploma that is across North America recognized and accepted just like a standard high school diploma.
Without a secondary degree, they will struggle trying to find a decently paying position in the workforce and the GED program offers them an opportunity to thrive.
Covcell, an online publisher of GED preparation through a digital lessons, provides a new and comprehensive guide to prepare GED students for this very important test. The Covcell guide includes over 300 free video lessons and numerous practice tests and is a unique experience that’s totally different from anything available on the market.
During the course, students learn how to deal with “real-world” situations, for example, filling a pool, counting percentages and change, and how to measure the distance from a treetop to the ground. Students will learn how to analyze all sorts of situations, from plays and poetry to chemical reactions, just like in a laboratory. Biology addresses issues like DNA and genes, and they will also learn why Pluto is not regarded a planet anymore.
They will become well-versed in American and World history, and there’s also a lot of focus on civics and government, economics, and geography. They will also learn where and why the “Tea Party” originated and what the consequences were.
The Covcell course teaches them the basics of grammar, how to write an essay, analyze sentences, and ace questions on aspects of organizing a paper, word usage, and mechanical advantages, just to name a few aspects of the comprehensive course.
The latest version of the GED exam was rolled out across America in January 2014 and includes four entirely computer-based modules (subtests) that must be completed within a two-year time frame. The four subtests are in the fields of Science, Math (Mathematical Reasoning), Social Studies, and Literacy (Reasoning through Language Arts)
The new GED exam is quite challenging. In fact, the passing standards are set in a way that some 40 percent of high school graduates would not pass on the first try. No longer can the GED be referred to as “Good Enough Diploma” or “Guaranteed Easy Degree”. The new GED prepares students for the new requirements of the job market and to be successful in college. The Covcell course prepares students to do well on this new rigorous GED test.
About Covcell – Covcell offers a digital prep for the GED test that is both demanding and entertaining and sometimes even fun, using the newest techniques and teaching materials. The content of the Covcell course is designed by master teachers and Ph.D. students from Stanford, Harvard, UC Berkeley, and other top universities.
Covcell offers a digital prep for the GED test that is both demanding and entertaining and sometimes even fun, using the newest techniques and teaching materials. The content of the Covcell course is designed by master teachers and Ph.D. students from Stanford, Harvard, UC Berkeley, and other top universities.