General Educational Development (or GED) tests are a group of five subject tests which, when passed, certify that the taker has American or Canadian high school-level academic skills. The GED is sometimes referred to as a General Equivalency Diploma or General Education Diploma.
To pass the GED Tests and earn a GED credential, test takers must score higher than 60 percent of graduating high school seniors nationwide. Some jurisdictions require that students pass additional tests such as an English proficiency exam or civics test.
The American Council on Education is the sole developer for the GED test. The test is always taken in person and never available online. Jurisdictions award a "Certificate of General Educational Development" or similarly titled credential to persons who meet the passing score requirements.
More than 15 million people have received a GED credential since the program began. One in every seven Americans with high school credentials received the GED, as well as one in 20 college students. Seventy percent of GED recipients complete at least the 10th grade before leaving school, and the same number are over the age of 19, with the average age being 24.
The candidate should be at least 17 years old.
The students have to obtain 40 points in each subject including both practical and theoretical can pass the exam and collectively 225 points in five subjects.
Recognition of course
This course is recognized around the world, along with all board in Nepal.
How many courses are there in GED?
The students have to pass the five subjects. Students need to choose two language and other three subjects.
Where is the examination center?
The examination held in American Center, Kathmandu, Nepal.
When the examination is held?
The examination is held every month in Kathmandu, as date fixed by GED board.
What are the facilities for the exam?
Before sitting in the exam students can sit in the sample test. If he/she secures better marks then they can sit in GED test.
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