I have researched which states have residency requirements.
Based on info on http://www.gedtestingservice.com, the following states do not require you to be a resident in order to for you to take the GED:
Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia and Washington.
However, it isn't stated if you need to be a resident in Alaska, California, Louisiana and Colorado, so I would have to do some more research to figure out the requirements in those states.
So back to my problem, I'm a Danish citizen and I currently live in Britain.
If I wanted to travel to the States, I would need to do it through the Visa Waiver Program.
Anyone using the VWP are not allowed to study for credit during their stay, so as far as I can tell, I'm not allowed to go study for my GED, or even just take the test, am I right?
I could apply for an F-1 Student Visa too though, but I'm not sure of the requirements for that and if studying for a GED is enough to be granted an F-1 visa.
I read several places that the GED is offered internationally, I even located a testing center in London.
I failed to find any info about it though, so can you tell me what the whole idea behind this is?
Can I as a non-us citizen take a GED that will be recognized in the States, outside of the U.S?
Also, can I study for the GED, as in follow a GED program, in Europe? I'm not even sure what exactly a GED test requires and I'm pretty sure I wouldn't be able to pass it without studying for it a lot.
You might not know the answers to any of this, but I figure it's worth the shot.
Thank you for your help so far,