The GED is an internationally recognized test once passed gives the student a diploma equivalent to high school. GED test consists of four subjects: English, Mathematics, Social Studies and General Science.
GED is an intensive training on the following subjects and topics.
English: Language Arts, Reading and Writing
Social Studies: US and Canadian History, Economics, Geography, Civics and Government
Science: General Science
Mathematics: Statistics, Algebra, Geometry
Learners need the GED for the following reasons:
High School Diploma.
Study in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia and Australia
Admission to an educational or training institution.
Promotion within an organization.
Documents required for GED:
Copy of valid passport, visa page & Emirates ID.
Passport size photograph (02).
Age Limit: Test taker’s age must be above 16 years the time he/she appears for exam.
Passing Score: To qualify, students must secure 145 marks out of 200 in each examination.
If you are interested in earning a high school diploma, you can consider getting a GED. Earning a GED can help you get the credentials needed for many jobs. Learning more about GEDs can help you determine if pursuing one may be helpful in your career.
GED stands for General Education Diploma or General Education Development. It is recognized worldwide. The coaching classes are focused on fie subjects and upon completion it shows an equivalency to an American or Canadian high school level academic skills.