What is the GED® test?
The GED® test is a High School (12th grade) equivalency 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. More than 20 million people have passed the GED® test since in 1942. Test-takers preferring to go abroad for higher studies take the GED® to save valuable time and money. 97% of US colleges and Universities accept GED®.
Test-takers can also study in local universities as GED® is approved by University Grants Commission and most local universities recognize the GED® as well.
The GED® test is for you if you:
Are 16 years of age and over.
Have financial restrictions to complete High School but want to study in university.
Have a study gap and can’t get into university.
Want to get into a profession that has a minimum 12 years of schooling requirement.
Preparation time: 4 months
Cost of exam: $240
Main Subjects: Four (Science, Social Studies, Math, Reading Language Arts) *from May, 2017
Repeat: Test can be taken 3 times in a year
Stream: GED® graduates can choose science, commerce or arts stream in University.
Advantages of preparing with P.I.E
We have been helping test-takers prepare for GED® for around 10 years.
Close to 800 students prepare for GED® through us every year.
We are an authorized GED® Testing Center, so you can give the exam at our premises itself.
Our lecture content is most aligned with GED® Testing Service content and is
updated frequently to match changing examination patterns.
Test-takers can sit for mocks that simulate the real exam taking experience.