The General Education Development (GED) test is an international high school equivalency testing program for adults who have been unable to complete high school.
The Adult Learning Centre offers a variety of options to assist with GED test preparation. We recommend starting with a free academic assessment of your Reading, Writing and/or Math skills to determine whether upgrading is needed and the type of upgrading that is most suitable for each individual. You may also visit the Independent Learning Centre website at www.ilc.org to access free practice questions and additional GED test information.
If preparation classes are recommended, our Sheridan ACE Program can provide advanced preparation in both Language Arts and Math, while our 1:1 tutoring program provides more individualized support for those requiring upgrading below the grade 9 level. We also facilitate online GED preparation classes and offer access to GED practice tests.
Suitable for: Individuals age 19+ who wish to upgrade their reading, writing, or math skills in order to prepare to write the GED test.
Fees and Eligibility: Tuition is free; a materials or registration fee applies (amount depends on program). Financial support is available to those who qualify. All students are assessed to determine suitability.
Pre-registration and an assessment is required. Please contact us for further information at 905-873-2200 or register online by clicking the button below.
These programs are funded for individuals without post-secondary education.
ESL students must have a minimum Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) Level 6 to enter our programs.