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Is GED valid in Mexico?

Is GED valid in Mexico?

MEXICO CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Latin America’s premier vocational training company Kuepa is announcing a partnership with the GED Testing Service to become the first Latin American institution recognized as a GED Authorized Provider to offer the GED exams in Mexico locations.

Is the GED in Spanish valid?

The GED certificate, which is recognized by all states as the equivalent of a high school diploma, can be earned by taking the GED test in Spanish or French, as well as English.

What score do you need to pass the GED in Arizona?

Students will be required to score 60% on the Arizona Civics Test to pass. The test can only be taken at authorized GED®/Pearson VUE Test Centers and registered for on

Can you take the GED test online in Utah?

In Utah, students who want to earn their high school equivalency diploma can take the GED test online or in person at one of Utah’s official GED test center.

Can you take the GED test online in Arizona?

Arizona GED online GED applicants can take the four GED sub-exams at one of Arizona’s test centers or online, the online proctored (O.P.) GED test. To qualify for taking the exam online, however, they are required to reach passing scores (in the “green” zone) on the official GED Ready® practice test.

Can you take the GED in Spanish Colorado?

Yes, in Colorado, you can take the GED® Test in English or Spanish and you can combine the two languages to earn your credential.

What is GED in Myanmar?

The General Equivalency Diploma (GED) exam – which grants the equivalent of a US high school diploma – will be available with training classes for the test in Yangon. The GED testing service was launched on Wednesday.

Can you take the GED in Spanish in Arizona?

To earn a high school equivalency diploma in Arizona, the Arizona Department of Education requires you to pass the Arizona Civics Test and the GED Test. The AZ Civics Test is offered only in English. The GED Test is offered in English and Spanish in all United States jurisdictions.