GED - Introduction
Are you one of those who could not finish high school due to unavoidable circumstances? But have the same knowledge and skills as those who graduated, by taking and passing a series of five tests adults can demonstrate they have acquired American or Canadian high school level proficiency skills. The GED Testing Service is a joint venture between American Council on Education and Pearson, the only developer for the GED test.
Most colleges and employers accept a GED credential as being equivalent to a high school diploma.
This test was developed with the objective to help all those people who could not complete
their high school and should get a second chance to complete it. Ideally it was created for the war veterans to earn a high
school degree and lead a decent and respectful life. Since then it has
helped many adults to earn a high school degree. This test is the only
high school equivalency program recognized by all 50 states.The test can be taken in two formats:
GED Pencil and Paper
For finding a nearest testing center click here .
Persons with disability
Applicant who are physically disabled according to American disability act can also take the test. Applicants are required to contact the authorities directly to know more.