Online Career Advancement, a provider of academic preparation programs, today announced the launch of an educational website that offers potential GED test takers access to resources, references, and learning materials directly related to GED Test preparation series. The website is called GED Information Center.
The GED Information Center consists of an easily accessible list of categorized links to Official GED Practice Tests, and other official GED information and resources from the American Council on Education®'s GED Testing Service®. The GED Information Center offers the most important GED general information, skills development and test preparation resources readily accessible from a single website.
"The GED credential is growing up. It is crucial for those in pursuit of this high school equivalency diploma to have the most accurate information possible to facilitate successfully passing the GED tests," said Leonard Cox, president, Online Career Advancement. "We are excited to offer an online resource for GED information much needed by potential GED test-takers and GED instructors. The primary goal of the GED Information Center is to provide straight-forward and simple access to essential and empowering resources and references to help improve the success rate of GED test-takers."
Online Career Advancement’s GED Information Center website includes links to General Educational Development (GED) Resources, References, and Learning Materials from the American Council on Education (ACE), the GED Testing Service, Official GED Practice Tests Providers, State Departments of Education, Colleges and Universities, and other Adult Education Service Providers as Supplements to GED Instruction and GED Test Preparation. The website was recently launched and will be continuously updated.
"We have designed the GED Information Center as a supplement to other GED Test prep strategies. Subsequently, We expect that many GED test-takers will be able to successfully pursue the GED credential by utilizing only this website; and at no cost, no spam, and ad-free" adds Professor Cox.
The GED informational websites and all GED resource links are ad-free and content adheres to the standards and curriculum guidelines of the official General Educational Development (GED) diploma.
Adult education centers, career centers, GED testing centers, and other GED program and service providers are encourage to link to the GED Information Center website. Online Career Advancement welcomes suggestions and comments to help improve the GEDInformationCenter.com website.
GED® and the GED Testing Service® are registered trademarks of the American Council on Education® and may not be used or reproduced without the express written permission of the American Council on Education.