GED

02 Aug


GED Test is for those students who have completed ′O′ Level / Junior Cert / SSC and do not want to delay access to study in American, Canadian or passed ′A′ Level / Leaving Cert/ HSC with ‘not so good′ result and/or have a break in pursuing continuous study.
GED is a four-subject test.These 4 subjects are Reasoning Through Language Arts, Social Studies, Science and Mathematical Reasoning.To obtain a GED diploma, a student must require to pass all these four-subject test.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 170 often entitles scholarship for the students.
The GED test is a High School (12th grade) equivalent 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.

Subject-Area Test Content Area Item Time
Mathematical Reasoning Quantitative Problem- solving abilities(45%)

Algebraic Problem- Solving abilities (55%)

46* 115 min (part I & II)
RLA- Reasoning Through Language Arts.Writing Language Arts.Reading Informal Tests- 75%

Literary Texts 25%

50-60* Section 1 : 35 minutes* (All contents)

Section 2 : 45 minutes (Extended response)

Students break (10 minutes)

Section 3 :60 minutes * (All contents)

Science Life Science (40%)

Physical Science (40%)

Earth and Space Science (20%)

30-35* 1 Section : 90 minutes (2 short Responses)
Social Studies US Civics and

Government (50%).

US history (20%).

Economics (15%)

Geography (15%)

30-35* 1 Section : 70 minutes

Preparation Program
Course Duration : 16 weeks
Class per week: 10
Class per day : 2
Class Duration : 1.5 hours

Classes
RLA 50
Maths 25
Science 25
Social Studies 25
Mock Test 12
Solve Class 6

 

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