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Important Announcement for All Canadian GED Test Takers:

The Canadian GED Exam Series is ending on May 3, 2024.  Canadian provinces/territories are launching a new Canadian made assessment in the spring of 2024 to replace the General Education Development (GED) high school equivalency program. Canadians will have access to the GED until May 3,2024, while the new Canadian Adult Education Credential (CAEC) is being developed. Passing GED scores will count towards the new CAEC for 3 years (until May 2027).  There is no effect on the validity of GED credentials that have been completed. The value of your completed GED will not change. GED testing candidates in the process of writing GED tests, are encouraged to complete their GED testing prior to May 3, 2024 to avoid any delays in earning their credentials while the CAEC is being completed.

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Your GED® account is your one-stop shop for passing the GED® test. It’s free to set up, and you’ll find study materials, and tips to help you pass. You can also learn more about the test subjects and schedule your test.

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You choose how to prepare for the GED® test. You can find local GED® classes or study at your own pace with books or digital materials.

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The GED® test covers 5 subjects: Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, Reading, and Language Arts, Writing. You can take all 5 together or one at a time at an official GED® test center when you’re ready.

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