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High School Diploma Program

High school diploma program offered by MUST High School surpasses the similar traditional programs offered by world-class high schools across the globe in terms of ease & flexibility, affordability, quickness and quality of education. To read more about why MUST High School is the first choice of working adults and students across the globe, please Click here



Quick Facts about High School Diploma Program
Total Courses : 16  (View list)
Approx. Program
Completion Time
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People generally complete in less than a year
Depends on your pace - you can even complete in lesser time!

Tuition Fees : $100 per month
Other fee payment methods also available
Total Program Fees   Less than $1,900
Can be reduced with different fee reducing methods. Read more…
Scholarship : You may qualify for Scholarship
(almost 90% students do qualify!).
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Credit Transfer :

All credits will be accepted.
With the help of credit transfer, you can reduce your fee and time required to complete the diploma program. Read more...

Prior Learning :

Prior learning credits will be accepted.
If you already excel in courses (courtesy your work/life experience, prior knowledge or trainings, etc.) you can get their credits Read more…

Student & Alumni Area :

You will get personalized student & alumni area. View demo

Study Material : Provided FREE!
All study material will be available in your online classroom. You don’t need to buy books.
Study Mode : Online self paced and self study
Study from your home, office or any other place
Recognition & Accreditation : Recognized globally!
Accredited by International Accreditation Organization (IAO). Read more...

Program Guide

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Educational Process Demo

Educational Process Demo See how you can study from your home, office or any other place
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Case Study: See how getting a high school diploma instead of GED helped Greg

Program Guide See how getting a high school diploma instead of GED helped Greg get promotion and acquire the position he had long desired.
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Admission Requirements


You must be currently employed or must have at least one year of work experience. If you are not employed and have no work experience you will be required to provide adequate supportive information during your initial interview to briefly demonstrate to the evaluation committee your capability for enrollment.
  
If English is not your native language, admission evaluation committee after interviewing you may ask you to pass the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), the Test of English as an International Communication (TOEIC), the Berlitz® Online English Proficiency Exam or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
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what is ged?:

The General Education Development Test, or GED, is a test that certifies a person’s high school academic level and is taken by people who have not obtained a high school diploma. It is a common mistake to consider the GED to be a diploma; in fact those who pass the GED test receive a Certificate of General Educational Development.

Before taking the GED test, individuals must first take pretests to show their level of competency, and score at least within the 40th percentile of high school students nationwide. Test takers, in the US, are recommended to join the federal and state adult education program where students review high school material in a traditional classroom setting.

The GED test itself is made up of 5 individual tests together called a “testing battery”. Each test takes between 70 to 90 minutes to compete, 12 hours in total. Subjects include

Language Arts
Social Studies
Science
Reading I & II
Mathematics I & II

Individuals with a GED certificate can then show they have the skill levels of an average high school graduate. Though most colleges accept a GED, they require GED holders to take the SAT or ACT, as well as have extra letters of recommendations. Some four-year colleges will not accept a GED till the test taker has earned 3 college credits from a community college. Though employers accept individuals who have passed the GED, most feel that the GED is a lower form of a high school diploma.
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