Alternate to HSC/A’ Level
Accepted in USA & Canada
Equivalent to American High School Diploma
Accepted by many private Universities of BD
GED® Testing is for adults who left high school without a diploma. The GED® was established in 1942 and is recognized throughout Canada and the United States. People who take and pass the GED® tests earn an American High School Equivalency Certificatecate .The GED® Tests provide adults who did not complete a formal high school program the opportunity to demonstrate high-school level knowledge and skills.
|For 70 years, the GED® testing program has given opportune-ties to millions of adults without a high school diploma. Achieve your professional goals with the GED® testing program.|
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Most of the universities in the USA accept GED
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The GED is a four-subject test. To earn a GED diploma, students require to pass the four-test battery
GED Test Outline and Lecture Plan
The GED® test is a High School (12th grade) equivalency test based in the United States, and delivered in Canada and in 60 additional countries. Passing the GED® test, grants the test-taker a U.S High School Diploma credential.
GED has 4 subjects and you need to score 145 out of 200 on each to pass the exam. A student will receive the GED Credential after passing all the exams. 160-170 considered as a good score, and more than that often bring scholarship for the students.
|Subject-Area Test||Content Areas||Items||~Time|
|RLA-Reasoning Through Language Arts Language Arts, Writing Language Arts, Reading||nformational Texts – 75% Literary Texts – 25%||50-60*||Section 1: 35 minutes* (All content) Section 2: 45 minutes (Extended response) Student Break (10 minutes) Section 3: 60 minutes* (All content)|
|Social Studies||US Civics and government (50%) US history (20%) Economics (15%) Geography (15%)||30-35*||1 Section: 70 minutes|
|Science||Life Science (40%) Physical Science (40%) Earth and Space Science (20%||30-35*||1 Section: 90 minutes (2 Short Responses)|
|Mathematical Reasoning||Quantitative problem-solving abilities (45%) Algebraic problem-solving abilities (55%)||46*||115 minutes (Part I & II)|
|Social Studies||25 classes|