Computer based GED testing is now offered at Lakeland College, Lloydminster CampusA GED opens the door to:
- go on to higher education
- get a job or promotion
- achieve personal goals.
If you are comfortable reading newspapers and you can add, subtract, multiply, and divide without a calculator, you're halfway there!
|Schedule your GED exam|
Students can register and pay for their GED exams at www.ged.com (24 hours per day) or by contacting the GED Call Center at 1-877-392-6433.
|How to apply to write the GED Test|
Step 1: Print the GED Test Application (please fill out completely).
Step 2: You'll need an Alberta Student Number (ASN) go to: Government of Alberta Learner Registry
Step 3: Remember to fill in the date on which you wish to write. There are a maximum of 10 seats available for each writing date. Once the maximum limit has been reached, the session will be closed and will be indicated above that there are no seats available.
Step 4: Submit the completed application and the application fee to Lakeland College before the application deadline.
|How to submit & pay for your application|
You have 3 options for submitting your application:
|Prepare for your GED test|
The GED Preparation Book is available from the Lakeland College Bookstore, or other major bookstores (such as Chapters or Coles), as well as your public library. Please note you should use the Canadian Edition more recent than 2002.
Online GED Test Preparation Ed 2Go will help you develop the additional reading and thinking skills you'll need to succeed in all five GED test areas: writing skills, social studies, science, literature and math. After completion of this course, you should be well-equipped to take--and pass--the GED!
Sample questions and further information are available on the Alberta Learning website.
|For more information|
For more information contact:|
Toll-free: 1 800 661 6490 ext. 5527
Direct: 780 871 5527
Fax: 780 871 5714