The General Educational Development (GED) program was developed to give U.S. and Canadian citizens who have not graduated from high school the opportunity to demonstrate the level of achievement normally acquired through the completion of a traditional U.S./Canadian high school course .
As you may know, the GED test covers four subjects: math, science, social studies, and reasoning through language arts. You need to get a total score of 580 in order to pass the test. Additionally, you need to get at least 145 points on each subject.
To register for General Education Development (GED) or Adult High School (AHS) programs, you must complete a mandatory orientation and placement testing session which is typically conducted on a weekly basis. You must fully complete the orientation process before you may register for classes.