General development test ?
What is the general development test
The General Development Test (GDT) was developed to measure the general skills required to evolve and succeed adequately in vocational training.
If a student, 18 years of age or older, does not meet the prerequisites for admission to a vocational training program, the General Development Test (GDT) is required to be eligible to enroll in the program of their choice.
We offer the GDT on the 1st Thursday of each month, in English only. To make an appointment to write the exam, contact us:
Level equivalence test
School test (TENS)
If you do not have a high school diploma, the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEES) offers you the opportunity to obtain a certificate of equivalence of educational level. It gives you the opportunity to demonstrate your equivalent skills, abilities and knowledge.
- To take the exam, you must be 16 years old on June 30 of the current year
- The cost to take the TENS exam is free!