A high school diploma equivalent can be your passport to a more interesting and better-paying job. Those who do not complete high school will earn, on average, between $280,000 and $350,000 less than high school graduates during their working life, according to the Social Security Administration.
Lakewood University offers a comprehensive program for people preparing to take the GED tests. The program emphasizes the skills and strategies necessary for students placing at beginning high school reading and math levels to successfully complete the four GED tests: Social Studies, Science, Reasoning through Language Arts, and Mathematical Reasoning.
Once a student has successfully passed the GED, then they may enroll in any certificate, associate or bachelor’s degree program at Lakewood University.
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
After completing the Lakewood University GED Preparation Program students will:
Lesson 1 – GED Writing & Language Targets
Lesson 2 – GED Reading Targets
Lesson 3 – GED Math Targets
Lesson 4 – GED Science Targets
Lesson 5 – GED Social Studies Targets
Lakewood University provides everything you need for the GED (Prep). You will receive:
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median weekly income for an individual without a high school diploma or equivalent is $592.00 USD*.
The median weekly income for an individual with a high school diploma or equivalent rises to $746.00 US.
That is a 20% increase in earnings.
*Source: Elka Torpey, “Education pays,” Career Outlook, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, February 2019.
Some typical career outlooks for those individuals who earn a high school diploma or equivalent:
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Payment in full: $599.00
Lakewood University provides all textbooks, study guides, supplemental materials, achievement exams, and instructional support at no cost to the student.
Application Fee- $75 for degree programs; $0 for vocational programs
Registration Fee – $200 for degree programs; $125 for vocational programs
Library Fee – $100 per degree semester; $250 per vocational program term