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From: Mary Lou (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: Apr 26, 1998 at 12:18:04
Subject: Re: GED

How soon you are able to get a GED depends upon many things, the most important of 
which is the number of high school classes you have successfully completed and how 
much of the material you remember.

To get a better answer, call your local school district administrative office and 
ask to speak to someone in charge of the GED.  This person will tell you where to 
apply, and where to find materials locally so that you can prepare to take the 
examination. You might find that there are evening classes available that you can 
attend to get help in preparing to take the exam.

I wish you well.

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