HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY (GED)
GEI offers international students the opportunity to earn an American High School Equivalency Diploma (commonly known as General Education Development diploma, or GED), a certificate equal to an US high school (12th grade) diploma. More than 20 million students globally have earned GED diplomas.
GEI’s GED program creates new opportunities for education and employment.
- Earning a GED demonstrates ability to write and understand English at the 12th grade level
- Employers in the US and most countries accept the GED as equal to their country’s high school diploma.
- US colleges and employers accept the GED credential in place of a high school diploma
The GED test covers four subjects and assesses skills in key academic areas.
- Language Arts
- Social Studies
GEI’s GED program is an intensive course that includes sample tests, diagnostics to identify areas in need of improvement, skill-building, test taking strategies and personalized assistance by highly qualified coaches.
To complete the GEI GED program, participants must:
- Be at least 16 years of age
- Take and pass GEI pre-assessment to demonstrate at least intermediate skills in English and show reading abilities equivalent to at least 9th grade level
- Transcript from home country establishing completion of coursework in GED subjects
- Participate actively in GEI’s intensive GED training program, which has components offered in their home country and at one of GEI’s learning centers in the US
- Take and pass each of the four modules of the GED examination
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