GED® certification is useful when it’s accepted by employers or post-secondary institutions as proof that you meet basic education requirements. There are many cases, though, where a graduation diploma is required. Learn more about how you can graduate high school.
The General Educational Development (GED®) tests are a set of five multiple choice tests in the areas of reading, writing (with an essay component), social studies, science and mathematics.
Examinees who successfully complete all five tests receive a B.C. Secondary School Equivalency Certificate which is not the same as the diploma awarded to students who complete the graduation requirements of the B.C. Secondary School Program.
Learn more about the GED® process: