Adults who do not have a high school diploma may choose to pursue a GED®. The GED® Test is a series of exams used to assess knowledge and skills that are equivalent to a high school-level course of study. The GED® credential is considered by many colleges and employers to be equal to a high school diploma.
The GED® is developed by the General Educational Development Testing Service (GED® TS), which is a program of the American Council on Education (ACE). While the GED® TS sets passing standards and administrative procedures related to the GED®, the test itself is administered by Pearson VUE at designated testing centers. Each jurisdiction awards the GED® credential to those who pass the test and meet any additional requirements. In Pakistan, once you get the GED diploma, student can obtain IBCC Intermediate (FA) Equivalency and get Bachelor Programs admission in Pakistani Universities.
GED is basically offered as a full-time course of 4-6 months duration comprising of four papers. Regular classes will be offered four days in a week having 3 hours lecturing each day. Student may opt for Morning/Evening Session.
A variety of assessment methods, including the MCQs, Drag-and-drop items (Technology enhanced)., Drop-down items embedded in passages (Technology-Enhanced).
Anyone who has completed ‘O’ Level / SSC and does not want to delay admissions to American, Canadian, UK, Foreign Universities and many private Universities in Pakistan. Anyone who passed ‘A’ Level / HSSC with ‘not so good’ result. Anyone has a study gap (Missed out high school)
Each jurisdiction awards the GED® credential to those who pass the test and meet any additional requirements
In Pakistan, once you get the GED diploma, student can obtain IBCC Intermediate (FA) Equivalency and get Bachelor Programs admission in Pakistani Universities.
- Basic Mathematics.
- Basic’s concepts of Geometry.
- Basic Algebra.
- Functions and graphs.
Reasoning Through Language Arts (English Literature)
- Grammar and language.
- Identifying the arguments.
- Creating the arguments.
- Reading of Meaning.
- Introduction of the social studies.
- Analyzing the historical events.
- Analyzing the arguments in social studies
- Introduction of the science.
- Designing and interpreting the Science Experiments.
- Using numbers in science.
- Using Graphics In science.