US HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA - GED
GED IS SAME AS 4 CXC/GCE subjects INCLUDING MATHematics AND ENGLISH
General Educational Development (GED) tests are a group of five subject tests which, when passed, provide certification that the student has American or Canadian high school-level credentials and academic skills. GED proves academic skills and knowledge in the subject areas of Reading, Writing, Math, Science, and Social Studies.
The GED credential is approved by the American Council on Education, and the credential is recognized in all 50 US States, Canada, and internationally. With GED, high school students and graduates have same equivalency to Four (4) CXC/GCE inclusive of Mathematics And English Language.
There are more than 3,200 Official GED Testing Centers in the United States and increasingly in Canada, as well as around the world.
DURATION AND FEES
The duration of the preparation classes is One School Year = 8 Months. Classes are taught online and on-campus but testing must be in our controlled GED Accredited Center. Fees for tutoring and final examinations: US$1,250. The Deposit is US$250 when accepted - Holding Fee. The balance of US$1000 can be paid in 1, 2 & 3 parts in the first four Months of starting the program. The first part on the Tuition And Fees balance is paid before starting classes.
GED TESTING IS IN JAMAICA OR FLORIDA
The GED is a joint venture between the American Council on Education and Pearson. Pearson is the sole developer for the GED test. The test is taken on a computer and in person. States and jurisdictions award a Certificate of High School Equivalency or similarly titled credential to persons who meet the passing score requirements. The GED is an eight-hour exam administered to students who may not have completed high school or have not done so successfully in the traditional high school.
The GED “is America’s largest high school,” says Nicholas Mader, of the University of Chicago. In 2008, 12% of all high school credentials issued were GEDs, about 500,000 students a year.
GED recipients use it to advance in college or the workplace.
GED Testing Service reports that 95 percent of colleges and universities accept a GED diploma for admissions, and the U.S. Census Bureau reports that high school graduates and GED diploma recipients earn higher wages than high school dropouts. GED diploma programs prepare students for the GED test, teach them basic study and time management skills and get them accustomed to working in a classroom; such programs may also help better prepare students for college and working life.
AIM GED preparation programs last for eight months and teaches soft skills are skills that are picked up as part of the normal progression of education. These classes are very intense, requiring students to juggle time commitments similar to those in high school. Particularly for students planning to attend college or technical schools, this experience in a school setting can prepare them to effectively manage their time and commitments.
Students who enroll in GED preparation programs must write practice essays, solve math problems, master history and learn about science. These skills won't just serve test-takers well on the test. Improving these skills provides test-takers with valuable opportunity to develop a foundation for more complex skills and the basis needed for a wide variety of jobs and higher education.
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