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General Education Development tests (GED) give adults who have not graduated from high school the opportunity to earn a high school level equivalency certificate.


The GED test is four subjects: 1)  Reasoning through Language Arts (which has 3 sections), 2) Mathematical Reasoning, 3) Social Studies, and 4) Science. The total time of the GED test is 7 ½ hours.  Most questions cover general knowledge and thinking skills.  Few questions require specific knowledge about facts, details, or definitions.  The Writing section requires an essay to measure your ability to write and communicate




Most postsecondary institutions, licensing boards, and some branches of the armed services accept the GED certificate as they would a traditional high school diploma.  Check to be sure of the certificate requirements towards your individual goals.

Please keep checking this website for up coming information on GED test dates, prices and more information.
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