GED @ Chancellor

General Educational Development (or GED) tests are a group of five subject tests which, when passed, certify that the test taker has American high school-level academic skills. The American Council on Education is the sole developer for the GED test. Individuals living in Bangladesh are eligible to take the GED Tests through the Computer-based Test offered by Prometric-authorized test centers in Dhaka. The Computer-based GED Tests are the only way to earn a US High School Equivalency Diploma internationally.

The GED test battery is composed of five subject tests that each assesses the skills and knowledge in a core high school academic subject. The five subjects are:

  • Language Arts, Reading
  • Language Arts, Writing
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies

Instead of taking the five subject tests separately, a candidate has the option to take the GED test battery in a linked format:

  • Linked 1 (Language Arts, Reading + Language Arts, Writing)
  • Linked 2 (Mathematics+ Science + Social Studies)

All the tests contain multiple-choice questions. However, The Writing Skills Test includes an essay section where the candidate will be asked to write an essay on a topic of general interest (to be typed on Computer Screen).

Test Format & Fees:

Option 1 (five tests taken separately):

Test CodeTest NameTotal Number of Questions

Test Time


Test Fee ( USD)Remarks
CE02Language Arts, Writing Part I and Part II

50 questions


1 Essay

SS02Language Arts, Reading40 questions65119 
SC02Social Studies50 questions85119 
LA02Science50 questions95119 
MA02Mathematics, Part I and Part II50 questions90119 

Option 2 (taken in a linked format):


Test CodeTest NameTotal Number of Questions

Test Time


Test Fee




Linked 1 ( Language Arts, Writing – Part I and Part II + Language Arts, Reading)

90 questions


1 essay



PT202Linked 2 (Social Studies + Mathematics + Science)150 questions270243 

The chancellor was invented to solve this problem.

We started with the assertion that everyone can learn the basic skills and knowledge they need to get a GED test credential and go on to good paying jobs and higher education. Everyone but to fulfill this potential meant that we had to find a better way to educate people,  a way of learning that made everyone successful no matter when they left school or what their background is.




  • General course

Course length : 5 (Five) Mohths

Days : 3 (Three) Days a week

Batch Time : (11 pm – 01 pm), (03 pm – 05 pm), (06 pm – 08 pm)

Fees : Tk. 5000 / month.


  • Intensive course

Course length : 4(Four) Months

Days : 4 (Four) Days a week

Batch Time : (11 pm – 01 pm), (04 pm – 06 pm), (07 pm – 09 pm)

Fees : Tk. 20,000 /- Total

(Admission fee includes :

Free files, 5 separate course Books, CDs, exclusive lecture sheets along with free Library membership)

  • Yes!! You can….



Useful Links:

  1. American Council on Education (
  2. Prometric Web Site (
  3. American Alumni Association Bangladesh –AAAB (