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Glossary

A list of glossary terms defined in our articles
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    Definition, High School

    A school that is attended after completing elementary school or junior high, a high school is comprised of grades 9 or 10 through 12. Related Definitions High School Diplomas How are GED and High School Diplomas the same? Top High School Dropout Jobs...

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    Definition, Realistic Diploma

    A realistic diploma, also referred to as a fake diploma or a phony diploma, is an authentic-looking recreation of a diploma once issued by a high school or college. These diplomas are often used as a replacement diploma or as a way to boost one's self esteem...

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    Definition, Forged Diploma

    A forged diploma is a faked or replicated diploma designed to look like the orginal document. Such a diploma is often created using a diploma template and is often bought as a backup diploma copy...

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    Definition, GED

    A GED, which is also called a General Educational Development certificate but at the same time is alluded to as a General Education Diploma, is an arrangement of tests that when finished affirm the test taker (American or Canadian) has met secondary school level academic standards. Related Definitions What is a high school? GED Diplomas Fake GED Diplomas What is a college?...

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    Definition, Replacement Certificate

    A replacement certificate is used to subsitute for a certificate once issued by a school or training facility. Many people often use fake certificates from online suppliers as a type of replacement option for old, outdated or misplaced certifications...

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    Definition, Online Degrees

    Online degrees are college diplomas that are earned through online schools. The academic award is given by the school after completing the course or courses required in a virtual environment. This type of education provides more flexibility than standard brick and mortar institutes...

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