General Equivalency Diploma (GED)
Preparation classes for the United States High School Diploma Test
(GED-General Equivalency Diploma)
What is GED?
The GED is a United States high school diploma awarded by getting a good score from a the GED test that measures a person's high school knowledge, level and skills in five subject areas, Math, Reading, Writing, Science and Social Studies.
Who is if for?
It is gives a second chance for adults who did not complete high school because of family or work responsibilities. The GED allows people to continue their education at a college/university in the United States and elsewhere. GED is equivalent to a United States High School Diploma and accepted by more than 98% of USA colleges and 96% of USA employers.
Once you receive your High School Diploma, you join a group of more than 17 million people who have passed the Tests since 1942. Your decision to enroll is a giant step towards finding the right path.
Prepare for the GED
Zayed University's Institute for Community Engagement (ICE) offers classes to prepare students who want a high school diploma by taking the United States GED test.
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