2002 Yukon Territory

Use the links below to find out about your local testing center rules and requirements. If you’re still looking for information, visit your jurisdiction’s GED® testing program website to learn more.

 

Computer vs. Pencil and Paper

Province Requirements

Price & Payment

Registration & Scheduling

 

Test Scores

Retake Policies

GED® Test Credential

Language Versions

Computer vs. Pencil and Paper (top)

Can I take the GED® test on computer in Yukon Territory?

Yes, Yukon Territory offers the GED® test on computer.

Why don’t all provinces offer both computer and paper exams?

GED Testing Service is currently introducing the GED® test on computer to all the provinces that offer the test. But not every province offers the GED® test on computer yet. 

Yukon Territory offers the GED® test on computer.

Why isn’t the test available on paper anymore?

The GED® test on computer makes it easier to register and schedule, allows for a more individualized testing experience, and provides instant unofficial test results on 4 of the 5 parts of the test.

Can I switch between paper and computer testing? Can I combine them?

Currently, Yukon Territory doesn’t allow you to switch between the GED® test on paper and the GED® test on computer.

 Province Requirements (top)

How old do I need to be to take the test (without exceptions)?

You have to be 18 years old to take the GED® test in Yukon Territory.

I’m underage. What do I need to do to take the test?

In Yukon Territory, you must be 17 years old and provide additional documentation in order to take the GED® test.

Are there any residency requirements to take the test?

In Yukon Territories, you must be a resident of Canada to take the GED® test.

The closest testing center is in a different province.  Can I take the exam there?

Some areas allow people to take the GED® test even if they do not live there and others don’t. You’ll need to check the residency requirement for the province that you’re interested to test in.

In Yukon Territories, you must be a resident of Canada to take the GED® test.

Are there any additional province requirements for me to pass my GED® test?

There aren’t any additional requirements in Yukon Territory. 

Do I need to take a class or receive instruction before I can take the test?

No, Yukon Territory doesn’t require you to prepare for the GED® test in an adult education classroom. However, studying in a classroom setting is a good opportunity to get up to speed on the topics and areas you’ll find on the GED® test.

 

Do I have to take the practice test before testing?

No, you’re not required to take the Official GED Practice Test™ before taking the test. However, the Official GED Practice Test™ is available at GEDmarketplace.com and is a good measure to see if you’re ready to take the GED® test or not.

Price & Payment (top)

How much does the GED® test on paper cost?

Yukon Territory charges $30.00 for each subject area/$150.00 for the complete battery.

How much does it cost to retake the test? Can I retake the test for free?

In Yukon Territory, you can re-test a subject for $30 per subject area test. Learn more about retaking the test.

For provinces that offer the GED® test on computer, the re-testing fee may be different. 

 

Registration & Scheduling (top)

Can I take all of the parts at once or do I need to setup different appointment times?

Yes, in Yukon Territory you can take all test parts in the same day if you can find a testing center with hours that accommodate it.

What happens if I move somewhere else in the middle of testing? Can I continue my testing in my new province or do I have to start all over?

In Yukon Territories, you must be a resident of Canada to take the GED® test. Contact the GED Administrator™ in your province with additional questions.

Once I start testing, is there a time limit for me to finish all five subjects before my scores begin to expire?

Yukon Territory, does not have a time limit for finishing all subject area tests. Scores do not expire until the next test series.

Test Scores (top)

What score do I need to pass the test?

Yukon Territory test-takers must score a 450 on each test.
 

Retake Policies (top)

If I don’t pass, how long do I have to wait before taking the test again?

In Yukon Territory, there is no waiting period. 

How much does it cost to retake the test? Can I retake the test for free?

In Yukon Territory, you can re-test a subject for $30 per subject area test. Learn more about retaking the test.

For provinces that offer the GED® test on computer, the re-testing fee may be different.

Why can’t I re-test the subject that I failed?

Some provinces require people to finish taking all five subjects before being allowed to retake the areas that weren’t passed. In Yukon Territory, you do not have to take all five subjects before retaking a subject that was not passed. There is no waiting period required before retaking a subject area test. You will need to check the testing centers for appointment availability. 

GED® Test Credential (top)

I took and passed the test but the province won’t issue my diploma. Can you help me?

Sorry to hear that you’re having trouble with your diploma. Have you contacted your local testing center or province administrator yet?

My guess is that there may be additional requirements that you need to meet. You can call Contact the GED Administrator™ for additional questions.

Why do I need to work with my province? Can’t I just get the diploma from you?

GED Testing Service develops the GED® test and works with each province to offer the test. The credential is issued based upon rules of each individual province—most provinces have slightly different rules and regulations. Because of the province-by-province differences, GED Testing Service doesn’t issue diplomas. That’s why we encourage you to work closely with your province to get an answer.

After I start taking the exam modules, how much time do I have to complete all of them to get credentialed?

This depends on where you’re testing. In Yukon Territory you have no time limit to complete all five content areas.

I want to order a copy of my transcript and/or diploma.

You can order a copy of your transcript and/or diploma on the Request a Transcript page.

What is the GED® credential in my province called?

In Yukon Territory, the credential is called the Secondary School Equivalency Certificate.

GED® Test Language Versions (top)

Can I take my GED® test in Spanish?

Yukon Territory does not offer the GED® test in Spanish.

Can I take the GED® test on computer in French?

Yes, in Yukon Territory you can take the GED® test in French.

Find a local testing center.

Am I allowed to combine different language versions of the test together?

No, Yukon Territory residents aren’t allowed to combine language versions to complete the test. This means you must take all five subjects in one language to earn your GED® test credential. You will not be allowed to combine French tests with English tests or any other language version.

Does Yukon Territory have any requirements for English as a Second Language (ESL)?

English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction can help any non-native English speaker, but there aren’t any requirements for ESL classes in Yukon Territory.