Frequency Counts - GED - General Educational Development
General Educational Development (GED)
GED embraces those aspects of formal and informal education that contribute to the worker's:
(a) reasoning development and ability to follow instructions
(b) acquisition of "tool" knowledge such as language and mathematical skills.
Experience and/or self-study can develop GED.
There are three categories of GED: Reasoning, Math, and Language.
For more information about General Education Development, review Chapter 7 of the 1991 RHAJ.
Grade levels cited are only guidelines.
Grade Levels shown correspond to Grade Levels in the VPO (Vocational Preparation and Occupations Manual, Third Edition, 1982)
GED Level Frequency Counts