GED/High School Equivalency Information
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Thank you for your interest in the Centre for Distance Education and congratulations on taking steps to advance your future.
In order to qualify for enrollment in any CD-ED programs, all applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Many provinces offer GED training to support you on your path to better career prospects.
See below for GED/High School Equivalency information in your area.
For further questions about eligibility, please call 1-877-694-1540 to speak with a knowledgeable CD-ED Admissions Advisor.
General Educational Development (GED) Info & Resources
General Educational Development, or GED, is a secondary school equivalency test that certifies high-school level education and academic skills. It is a series of five tests covering five different subject areas. The test must be taken in person at a designated GED testing centre, and once the test is successfully completed, the learner earns a High School Equivalency Certificate.
Get GED information for your province or territory:
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick
- Northwest Territories
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
- Quebec: Contact your local school board
Congrats again on taking action for your future. If you further questions about CD-ED requirements, Distance Education or anything else, please call 1-877-694-1540.
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