Ged vs Matric - What's the difference?

ged | matric |


As a proper noun ged

is .

As a noun matric is

(south africa) the final year of high school.

ged

English

Initialism

(Initialism) (head)
  • (US, education) The GED® mark is a branded term and registered trademark owned by the American Council on Education for a battery of tests derived from the original coined phrase “tests of General Educational Development.” Passing the GED® test is recognized by all fifty states and the District of Columbia as a method of obtaining a high school equivalency credential, a substitute for a high school diploma, for people who dropped out of high school or were homeschooled.
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    matric

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (South Africa) The final year of high school.
  • (South Africa) Someone in their final year of high school.
  • *1979 , , A Dry White Season , Vintage 1998, p. 37:
  • *:Once, when some money disappeared […], it was Ben who took the cleaner under his wing and instituted inquiries which revealed a group of matric boys to be the culprits.
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