In Yukon, the full five-test Canadian GED exam will set you back $150.00, or $30.00 per individual subject test.
The five GED® modules (independent, separate sub-exams) are covering the academic fields of Language Arts Writing, Language Arts Reading, Science, Mathematics, and Social Studies.
To be successful on the GED test, proper preparation is key, and the best way to get ready fast is by signing up for Onsego’s Canadian online GED classes. This course is recognized, as one of just 20 programs, to be fully aligned with the current GED test.
In Yukon, you’ll have to be 18 years old if you want to write the GED test, but GED hopefuls 17 years old may qualify as well if they meet some additional strict requirements and provide additional documentation. Please see your regional GED test center for details.
is Yukon residency required?
In Yukon, Canadian residency is required, and if you want to take the exam in a different territory or province, please that that region’s residency regulations because some provinces allow persons who don’t live there to sit for the GED exam while others don’t.
In Yukon, you don’t need to prepare for the GED exam with an adult education program, and there’s also no requirement to first attain sufficient scores on the official practice test before they allow you to write the GED test.
The Yukon GED exam is offered both on paper and on a computer, but whereas other provinces allow combinations of both options, that’s not the case in Yukon. Once you choose one option, you must use that option throughout the five subtests.
For many GED applicants, Mathematics is the most challenging of the five sub-exams. If you sign up for the Onsego GED prep course, you’ll get an interesting GED Calculator course at no extra cost.
If you learn how to use the GED calculator efficiently, you’ll be able to solve just about every math problem easily. Some basic math knowledge is always required, but if you know how to use the GED calculator efficiently, the machine will do the work for you! That’s what the Onsego Calculator Course is all about.
Some students benefit more from attending a traditional class in a community college or an adult education center, but if you are self-disciplined, learning with a good online GED prep course has many advantages.
Online learning comes with so many benefits. There’s a lot of flexibility as you can choose when and where you will study. You can learn in a library, at home, in a library, or at all public places that offer Wi-Fi Internet access.
The GED exam is for persons that never completed their high school curriculum. It offers them the opportunity to prove that they command skills and knowledge at a level comparable to that of graduating high school students.
Across North America, the GED (General Education Development) High School Equivalency (HSE) credential is recognized and accepted in the same way as a regular high school diploma by practically all employers, institutions of higher learning, and government agencies. Check here -> for more information about GED testing in Canada.
Often, holding a high school or GED diploma is a prerequisite for trades and technical programs, and for employment. All Canadian provinces and territories recognize that if students have passed the GED exam, they have demonstrated that they master skills and knowledge at a level equivalent to those of high school graduates.
Please note that the GED test is no longer offered at Yukon University’s Testing Centre in Whitehorse.