Buy each of our individual GED Canada courses separately with unlimited access to the course you pick.
The pay-as-you-go option lets students pay for the test subject they want when they want to take it. You can take each course individually and then take the GED exam associated with that course.
The Canadian GED tests five subjects: Language Arts (Reading), Language Arts (Writing), Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.
· Students don’t have to take all five tests at once
· The GED Exams are delivered via computer – which makes studying for them on a computer the best way to prepare.
· Passing levels are based on the performance of graduating high school seniors who took the test as part of the standardization and norming of study courses
In the Reading course, we expose you to all forms of literature. You practice interpreting what you read in the workplace, in popular literature, classical literature, and commentary written about literature, music, fine arts, poetry, and drama. The purpose of this section is to help the student become a discerning reader on these subjects.
The student will practice the application of new information to a situation and appreciate quality in art and literature. He or she should be able to complete the post-test successfully and pass the Reading portion of the GED upon successful completion of this section.
This course will introduce the student to the skills needed for this GED test. You will learn the difference between sentence fragments and complete sentences. You will learn and practice the significant parts of speech, including nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs, subject and predicate, basic spelling rules, and punctuation. The student will learn paragraph structure and the four types of writing; narrative, descriptive, informative, and persuasive. Upon satisfactory completion of this portion of the course, the student should be able to successfully pass the post-test for the course and perform acceptably in the Writing Skills portion of the GED test.
Units covered in this course include Earth and Space Science, Life Science, and Physical Science (Physics and Chemistry).
This course teaches students to apply what they learn in the content matter of this course to everyday situations. Students learn to think through situations and to apply what they have learned to reach sound decisions. This course teaches critical reading skills and their use in studying new material. Students also learn the basics of interpreting illustrations. Upon satisfactory completion of this section, students should be able to successfully read and understand the content in both the life sciences and the physical sciences. The student should be able to pass the post-test and pass the Science portion of the GED.
Units covered in the Canadian Mathematics course are Number Operations, Algebraic Equations (including Trig), Measurements and Geometry, and Statistics. Upon the satisfactory completion of this course, the student will be able to pass the post-test and successfully pass the mathematics portion of the Canadian GED test.
This course helps students learn how to read and interpret concepts used in understanding history as it is published today. Units covered include Canadian History, Civics and Government, World History, Geography, and Economics.
Students learn to interpret what they have read and to apply this new knowledge to various situations. Students begin to discern the differences and relationships between ideas and how to make judgments based on what he or he has read.
Although students will gather information and specific facts in the course, remember that the test will cover their ability to use ideas and concepts effectively. General knowledge of events in history will help, but it is not a test of memorized facts and dates. Upon proper completion of this course, the student should be able to pass the post-test for the course and pass this section of the GED.