After I get my GED is it possible to go back to get my HS diploma?
If possible while pursing my college education?
Don't hold me to this as I am not a professional in this field!
With that said, a GED is equal to a diploma as it proves that you have satisfied the education requirements to hold a HS diploma. I am 99.9% sure that you can get into any college with a GED as it is nationally recognized by the Federal Government. Hope this helps. I recommend contacting an administrator at the college you are applying for and ask relevant questions.
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