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GED® High School Diploma!

#1 most recognized higher secondary certificate worldwide

Internationally recognized

The GED® program is the only higher secondary certificate available in over 85 countries and accepted by nearly all universities in the U.S. and many across the world.

Alternative higher secondary certificate

The GED® is the American alternative to the A-level test, HSC, New Zealand’s NCEA, the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme and other higher secondary credentials.

United States & Canada

97% of universities and colleges in the United States and Canada accept the GED®.

Australia & New Zealand

75 years of trust and recognition

The GED® Testing Service is a joint venture between the American Council on Education and Pearson, a leading global education company. Over 20 million GED® graduates around the world have gone on to attend university in the U.S. and other countries.

OUR OFFERING

Instead of grade 10, 11 or 12, students will prepare to write their final GED® exams. These total approx. 7 hours and can be done over a few days. The GED® replaces grades 10-12 and we have condensed those grades into 2 years of study. We offer GED® Year 1 (a grade 10 and half of grade 11 replacement) and GED® Year 2 (a half of grade 11 and 12 replacement). This makes a total of 11 years studying, instead of 12 years. At the end of successfully completing GED® Year 2 with us, students will be sufficiently prepared to write their GED® final exams. The exams are taken at one of the many centres located countrywide.

The GED® curriculum is not officially offered or divided up into 2 levels, but we have labelled them Year 1 and Year 2 simply for practical reasons as we offer teaching support spread over 2 years.

Once successful, you will receive your GED® transcript from GED® Testing Service and a GED® credential from the Office of State Superintendent of Education in Washington, DC. The GED® credential signifies that the student has met the prevailing standards of high school in the United States. In addition, colleges and employers in many countries accept the GED® credential as equal to their country’s high school diploma.

In the United States, 98% of colleges and universities that require a high school diploma accept the GED® credential and 96% of companies accept applicants with a GED® credential for jobs requiring a high school diploma. All fifty states in the United States officially offer the GED® exams and it has been written by more than 17 million people and is offered via 3400 exam centres worldwide!

Here is a copy of the GED® certificate as earned by a past student

Here is a copy of his GED® transcript

If a student does wish to proceed onto tertiary studies, see the relevant tertiary studies page by clicking here.

The GED® Test (2016 series) consists of four different test areas, with the fourth test subject area (Social Studies) consisting of 4 parts being History, Geography, Economics and Civics & Government

Reasoning through Language Arts

Mathematical Reasoning

Science

Social Studies (History, Geography, Economics, Civics & Government)

The four tests are designed to measure the knowledge and skills that a student should have acquired after four years in high school. One important thing about the tests is that even though the questions may involve a specific area of study such as science, you don’t have to memorize specific facts, details, dates, or even exact definitions. Much of this information is given to you in the test itself. You will have to be able to read and understand the material that is presented and then to answer questions about it.

The GED® exams are made up of the following types of questions

Multiple choice

Drag and drop

Hot spot (select an area)

Fill in the blank

Short answer

Extended response

TIMETABLE OF HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY EXAMINATIONS

TOTAL: 7 HOURS, 15 MINUTES

Each subject is designed to test your skills and knowledge on different topics

SUBJECTTIME ALLOWEDDESCRIPTION
MATHS115 MINUTESQuatitative & Algebraic Problem Solving
SCIENCE90 MINUTESLife science, Physical Science, Earth and Space Science
SOCIAL STUDIES70 MINUTESCivics and Government, U.S. History, Economics,
Geography and the world
REASONING THROUGH LANGUAGE ARTS150 MINUTESAbility to read closely, Write clearly, and Edit and
Understand written text
SUBJECTTIME ALLOWEDDESCRIPTION
MATHS115 MINUTESQuatitative & Algebraic Problem Solving
SCIENCE90 MINUTESLife science, Physical Science, Earth and Space Science
SOCIAL STUDIES70 MINUTESCivics and Government, U.S. History, Economics, Geography and the world
REASONING THROUGH LANGUAGE ARTS150 MINUTESAbility to read closely, Write clearly, and Edit and Understand written text
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