Vocational Training (AEVS) | Testing Centre
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Testing Centre

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AEVS Testing Centre

AEVS Testing Centre

(514) 482-9645    514-374-2226    GDT@emsb.qc.ca

3030 Villeray Street, Montreal (Quebec) H2A 1E7

GDT

General Development Test

  • 100 questions, all multiple choice
  • Made up of 5 sections, each of which is timed:
    • Mechanical Reasoning
    • Science
    • Math
    • English Comprehension
    • English Grammar
  • Must obtain 43/100 to succeed
How to register:

  • Student applies at Vocational centre
  • Vocational centre emails a referral to the John F. Kennedy Testing Centre
  • The John F. Kennedy Testing Centre will contact the student to make an appointment
  • Must be 18 years old

GED

General Education Development

  • 240 questions: multiple choice / full answer
  • Spans a two day period
  • Made up of 5 sections (Must pass all section)
    • Language arts – writing
    • Language arts – reading
    • Math
    • Science
    • Social
How to register:

  • Contact the John F. Kennedy Testing Centre for a preliminary interview and registration info
  • Exam is given 3 times per year (November, March, June)
  • Must be 18 years old

Laurier Macdonald Vocational Centre

EMSB - Equivalencies

Candidates can either call or present themselves at any VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE (VTC) to request information for equivalencies.

  • Candidates must then be referred to the AEVS Testing Centre before registering for a Vocational Training program: Contact #: (514) 483-7200 ext.: 6388.
  • Candidates must then register for the equivalencies at the AEVS Testing Centre with the required documents.
  • The registration fee for equivalencies is $50.00 (non-refundable).
  • If the student registers for a program at a VTC the fee mentioned above will be credited towards their VTC semester.
The following documents are required:

  • ORIGINAL – transcript(s) from the province of origin. This transcript is delivered by the Ministry of Education in their province or the school.
    Or
  • ORIGINAL – diplomas from the province or country of origin that meet the requirements of the equivalency chart.
    Or
  • ORIGINAL – document issued by the MIDI-Comparative Evaluation.