Ged Facts

  • More than 860,000 adults worldwide take the GED® Test each year.
  • More than 90% of all United States employers consider those who earned their GED® diploma the same as traditional graduates with regard to hiring, salary, and opportunity for advancement. 
  • 97% of colleges and universities accept the GED® credential as equivalent to a traditional high school diploma.

  • Those who have a high school diploma or GED® credential realize a 35% increase in median annual earning over those who do not graduate. 

The GED® Test is offered in English and Spanish in the state of Florida, however, a student who takes the GED® in Spanish may not be eligible to pursue a college degree. For more information call 305-558-8000.