In the U.S., students who don’t finish high school can take a high school equivalency test that will give them a credential called the GED, used in place of a diploma for employment and college entrance requirements. There are several websites with study questions and practice tests to help students prepare for the exam. Community colleges also offer classes in GED.
For students who want to study for the GED on their own, or who want to supplement their classes with computer exercises, this “GED Notebook” website has a list of GED links. The GED can also be taken in Spanish; there are a few Spanish-language resources listed. For students who need to brush up on their keyboarding skills to be able to touch type more quickly, the site also lists several free websites for keyboard practice.