New York, NY: — GED Easy is pleased to announce the launch of their GED Challenge promotional. They will be giving away a Kindle Fire to students who are able to successfully pass the GED examination in five months. For students who are committed to passing the GED exam this year, GED Easy and CEO Darren Johnson offer free online classes on the four testing subject areas for the General Educational Development tests. Students are offered effective techniques for goal setting and are educated to use a productivity method called the Pomodoro technique.
The GED Easy website serves as an inspirational source for students who understand the need for completing the GED requirements but don't follow through to actually take the test. The website challenges students to complete the preparation and pass the test in 160 days. Passing the tests for the four GED subject areas within the time period will entitle them to a gift from GED Easy. The GED Challenge completion means a Kindle Fire tablet, perfect for entertainment and reading.
The website provides free online classes and a practice test for GED. In addition, students are encouraged to understand the value of proper goal setting. GED Easy also offers to become an accountability partner and help guide students to receive a GED credential. Students can use the free classes, or can utilize their own learning materials. Eligibility for the gift still applies by passing both the practice test and the real test from GED.
The courses in Math, Literacy, Science and Social Studies each contain multiple smaller sections or lessons. There are up to four topics in each lesson, designed to fit one Pomodoro of 25 minutes. The lessons each contain a short practice test about the topics in the lesson.
According to Darren Johnson, “Those individuals who receive a GED certification will earn nearly $400K more in lifetime earnings on average. That is as much as $750 monthly over those without a high school diploma.”
Media contact: Darren Johnson
Company Name: GED Easy
Address: New York, NY
Telephone: (646) 863-4640
Release ID: 102847