General Education Diploma. The State of Florida awards the equivalent of a high school diploma for students who pass all categories of a GED test. The GED program consists of courses that prepare students to take the GED test.
General Equivalency Diploma. Passing the GED exam is equivalent to earning a high school diploma. Individuals who were unable to finish high school should work for the GED. Classes are offered by Montgomery College. (301-962-8905)
General Equivalency Diploma. Diploma issued to students who have passed a qualifying exam, but who have not graduated from high school and are 17 or older -- that is, beyond the age when they must attend school.
General Education Development Certificate. A certificate students receive if they've passed a specific, approved high school equivalency test. Students who don't have a high school diploma but who have a GED may still qualify for federal student aid. A school that admits students without a high school diploma must make a GED program near the school available to these students and must inform them about the program.
(General Education Development Diploma) - High school equivalency diploma for those who have not received a traditional high school diploma from the State. The GED requires completion of a test that covers writing skills, math, social studies, science, literature and the arts. It is sometimes referred to as a general equivalency diploma.
General Education Diploma. A method for obtaining a diploma for adults who did not complete high school. GED tests, which measure achievement in writing skills, social studies, science, literature, and mathematics, enable individuals to demonstrate that they have acquired a level of learning comparable to that of traditional high school graduates.
This file is used for holding ge nealogy ata, and is most typically called a GedCom file (short for genealogy data communications). Most software applications made for performing genealogy work (or even just basic family trees) are capable of working with GedCom files and they can generally be used on all platforms. Note however that some companies have made proprietary extensions to the GedCom format, so transfers from one software application to another are not completely guaranteed to be safe.
The Ged is the name in heraldry for the fish pike. It is often used in "canting" coats; that is, using coats of arms to make a pun on the last name of the bearer, one of his titles, a nickname, or the name of his estate.