GED Program - General Educational Development
The GED (General Educational Development) is a High School Proficiency test that evaluates 5 areas of the student’s knowledge: Social Studies, Science, Writing & Reading, Grammar, and Mathematics. It consists of a series of 5 tests that once passed demonstrates that the student meets the necessary requirements of a high school education in the United States of America. Once completed, the student will receive a GED diploma.
The GED is an interesting and highly recommended option for those students who have not completed their secondary-level studies and want access to a U.S. university in order to obtain a university degree.
The American College in Spain offers courses that are designed to prepare the students to pass the GED exam.
Students wishing to apply to the GED course, should present the following documents:
- Application Form
- Placement Test is required prior to admission.
- Passport photocopy. If Spanish national or resident, national identification document (DNI /NIE)
- 150€ Administration Fee
For students enrolled in Marbella United Football Club please contact our registrar's office to receive information according to our contractual agreement.
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