GED® Testing is for adults who left high school without a diploma. The GED® was established in 1942 and is recognized throughout Canada and the United States. People who take and pass the GED® tests earn an American High School Equivalency Certificatecate .The GED® Tests provide adults who did not complete a formal high school program the opportunity to demonstrate high-school level knowledge and skills.

  • has completed ′O′ Level / SSC and does not want to delay access to American, Canadian and many private Universities in Bangladesh.
  • passed ′A′ Level / HSC with ‘not so good′ result
  • has a study gap
For 70 years, the GED® testing program has given opportune-ties to millions of adults without a high school diploma. Achieve your professional goals with the GED® testing program.
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The GED is a five-subject test. To earn a GED diploma, students require to pass the five-test battery

Language Arts, Writing

The Language Arts, Writing test has two parts. Part I requires the candidate to demonstrate the ability to revise and edit workplace and informational documents by answering multiple-choice questions. Part II assesses the candidate’s writing ability.

Social Studies

The Social Studies test measure a candidate’s skill in understanding and interpreting key History, Geography, Economics, and Civics concepts and principles.

Language Arts, Reading

This test examines a candidate’s ability to read and understand texts similar to those encountered in high-school English classrooms. The test has fiction and nonfiction passages, each passages is followed by question that assess reading comprehension, as well as the candidate’s ability to analyze the text, apply the information given to other situations, and synthesize new ideas from those provided.


The test covers five major areas: Algebra, Functions & Patterns, Measurement & Geometry, Number operations & Number Sense, Data analysis, statistics, & Probability.


Science test questions measure the candidate’s skill in understanding & interpreting concepts of Life, Earth, & Space Science; Physics and Chemistry.

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