Earn Your GED®

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    Millions of people have passed the GED® test and gone on to college and better jobs. You can be one of them.
  • What is the GED®?

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    In the State of Delaware, the GED® is recognized as a secondary credential but not a high school diploma. The GED® test is aligned with the Common Core standards and is delivered online.

    Students who wish to prepare for the GED® test may attend any adult education center’s orientation for assessment. Students will take an entry assessment and may be placed into a refresher course before working on GED® curriculum.

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  • What will I learn in the GED® class?

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    Once enrolled in the GED® class, students will focus on the skills needed to earn the GED®, including computer skills to help them prepare to take the test online.

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  • What subjects are on the GED® test?

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    The GED® test covers 4 subjects: Math, Science, Social Studies, and Reasoning Through Language Arts. You can take all 4 together or one at a time at an official GED® test center when you’re ready.

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  • What type of questions are on the GED® test?

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    The GED test is made up of the following types of questions:

    • Multiple Choice
    • Drag and Drop
    • Hot Spot (Select an area)
    • Short Answer
    • Fill in the Blank
    • Extended Response
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  • How do I obtain a copy of my GED® certificate?

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    To receive a copy of your GED certificate®, register at diplomasender.com.

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