Jan. 7, 2014
Changes to the GED test go into effect this week, according to the GED Testing Service.
The revamp of the test program include:
- A computer-based test to ensure adults have basic computer skills.
- A one-‐stop website with personalized study plans, skills assessment and other features.
- A more flexible system that allows adults to schedule and pay for tests one at a time, and test at more convenient times and locations.
- A free retake program.
The test will focus on measuring higher level critical-thinking and
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