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Are you looking to earn your high school diploma at home? Before you take the test, here is some information about our online equivalency test that will make things easier for you and will help you to pass your test more easily. You'll quickly see that receiving a diploma from us is far easier than it is to get a Diploma online!

Our online equivalency test consists of 4-different sections (see below). Each section is comprised of different numbers of simple and easy multiple choice questions needed to receive your high school diploma. It is not necessary to take the complete test in a single session. At any stage of the test, you can leave and save the test to be completed later. To pass this test and receive your online high school diploma, it is necessary that you score 70 or better in each section.


Test Categories:

1- Language Arts: 30 Questions: (English; Grammar and Composition; Poetry; Literature; Spelling; Reading Comprehension; Communications)

2- Mathematics: 20 Questions: (Algebra; Business Math; Geometry; Calculus; Trigonometry)

3- Science: 15 Questions (Astronomy; Biology; Chemistry; Earth Science; Environmental Science; Life Science; Physical Science; Physics; Geology; Anthropology)

4- Social Studies: 10 Questions (American Government; American Politics; Citizenship; American History; World History; Economics; Psychology; Sociology; Geography; Social Work; Political Science; Current Affairs)

Sample Questions:

To give you an idea below are the sample questions of each section along with their answers. We hope that these will help you see that it is easier to get a diploma from us than it is to take an online diploma course . Why settle for a diploma and risk being looked down on as a possible high school dropout when you're out hunting for jobs? It's easier and cheaper than you ever thought to get your very own diploma at home, thanks to Belford High School.

 

Language Arts
 
Check the following sentences for grammar:
1. Do you know that these gloves have lay on the bureau all week?

 have lay on
 have laid on
 would lie on
 had laid on
 have lain on

2.
  
During Colonial days, a school room looked rather empty
.

 Colonial days, a school room looked
 Colonial days, a schoolroom looked
 Colonial Days, a schoolroom looked
 Colonial Days; a school room looked
 Colonial days- a schoolroom looked

3.
  
For the following question, choose the word that is most similar in
meaning to the underlined word
.

To be despondent means to be:

 disheartened
 cheerful
 focused
 ready

 


Mathematics
   
1. If y = 3, then y3(y3-y)=?

 300
 459
 648
 999
 1099


2.
  
Grace has 16 jellybeans in her pocket. She has 8 red ones, 4 green ones, and 4 blue ones. What is the minimum number of jellybeans she must take out of her pocket to ensure that she has one of each color?

 4
 8
 12
 13
 16


3.

  
Paul received a bonus of $750, which was 5% of his annual salary. His annual salary is:

 $37,500
 $25,000
 $22,500
 $15,000
 $7,500

Science
   
1. Litmus paper that is blue will turn/stay _____ in the presence of a strong base.

 Orange
 Red
 Blue
 Green

2.

Which of the following is described in the definition: An object immersed in a fluid is buoyed up by a force equal to the weight of
the fluid displaced by the object?


 Archimedes principle
 Charles law
 Boyles law
 Andersons principle

3.

Blood enters the lungs from which chamber of the heart?


 Right atrium
 Left atrium
 Right ventricle
 Left ventricle

Social Studies
   
1. If 200 jobs are available and only 100 people are unemployed, what will have to happen according to the laws of supply and demand?

 Companies needing employees will need to increase pay
 Companies needing employees will need to decrease pay
 Companies needing employees will need to reduce benefits
 Companies needing employees will need to fire workers
 The laws of supply and demand do not apply to this situation

2.
  
Which government official(s) is appointed and not elected by the U. S. citizens?

 President
Congressman
 Supreme Court Justice
 Senator
 Governor

3.
  
What does a map's legend help you do?

 Understand the purpose of the map
 Calculate the real distance shown on the map
 Locate specific cities or rivers on the map
 Read the map's symbols correctly
 Fold the map neatly
 

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