Becoming an actuary is a good career move. Actuaries make a nice salary. Just out of college, most starting salaries are in the $40,000 to $60,000 range. After a decade on the job, many earn over $100,000 a year. Actuarial salaries are dependent on how quickly you progress through the required exams and, of course, your actual work history.
Now, if you haven’t earned your high school diploma yet, you need to get to work. You can pass your GED exam and earn your GED.
The GED test is comprised of five parts. The Language Arts is further divided into two parts. Part one is a 75 minutes paper that tests on sentence structure, construction and usage. Information from different fields say business is presented to the candidate requiring him/her to edit or improve the 50 items text as per the required language standard. Part two is a 45 minutes test that requires the candidate to write an essay on a chosen topic. The aim of the test is to establish the candidate’s knowledge on grammar, word choice, sentence structure or spelling.
You can find more about the GED program and earning your high school. Don’t wait.