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Why enrol with Learnalot?

With Learnalot, you have the flexibility to prepare online for your GED® with our online learning platform, together with the private one-on-one online lessons and support from our highly experienced tutors. There is no need to feel alone in your journey, we will be with you every step of the way, all you need to do is enrol.

When you enrol with Learnalot, you are joining a passionate learning community that is committed to helping students pass their GED®.

In addition to the private one-on-one online tutoring and support, Learnalot students also get access to our world-famous online learning platform. This online platform offers personalised learning for every student, ensuring that there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Our platform offers real-life, practical resources that enable students to learn at their own pace, with lessons tailored for them, which promotes faster learning.

What is the GED®?

The American GED® is an alternative to the South African Grade 12 and other high school leaving certificates. The GED® is the only higher secondary certificate available in over 85 countries and accepted by nearly all universities in the US and many across the world.

The GED® is an excellent option for homeschooling students, and anyone else who has not completed their schooling, and are looking for an alternative to complete high school. The GED® is flexible and ensures students develop the skills needed for the 21st century.

When you enrol with Learnalot for only R1,000* a month, you get:

  • Access to our Essential Education online learning platform
  • Access to your own private tutor
  • Mentor support and advice throughout your GED® journey
  • The option to cancel your enrolment at any time.

*Excludes the GED Ready® Practice Tests, GED® Test fees, Ordering of GED Credentials, SAQA and USAf applications.

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