GPPL is proud to be a Pearson VUE Authorized Centre administering the computer-based GED.
If you are a Canadian adult and require a high school diploma, one of the ways to obtain an equivalency diploma is to write and successfully pass all five tests on the GED (General Education Development) exam. To be eligible to write the GED exam, you must be 18 years old or older, and have been out of high school for at least 10 consecutive months.
Exams can be taken consecutively or one subject at a time and cost $40.00 USD per exam. Registration and exam booking/payment MUST be completed online.
Sign Up Instructions
Each test has 20 minutes of instructions, 5 minutes for administrative setup and specific test times.
All writing materials are provided (pens, erasable board etc.)
Bring only valid government issued photo ID (driver’s license, passport, other government ID)
Cell phones, electronic devices are not allowed and must not be brought to the exam. Failure to comply can result in forfeiting GED Exam privilege and in denying access to your GED Exam record.
Arrive at least 15 minutes early for every test to allow for check in.
GPPL does have a number of resources you can use to prepare for your GED. If you're looking for books to help you prepare, search our Catalogue for "General Education Development." We also have LearningExpress Library for practice exams online.
Practice tests and tutorial courses to help you succeed with academic or licensing exams. Immediate scoring, complete answer explanations, and individualized analysis of results. Includes Canadian Citizenship Practice Exams, GED Canada Practice Exams, RPAT Practice Exam, TOEFL iBT Preparation, TOEIC Preparation and SAT Preparation.