computer-based GED

computer-based GED

Computer-Based G.E.D. Tests in the Works

Those taking the G.E.D test may soon have another option for completing the exam. Major education testing company Pearson has teamed up with the American Council on Education to create a computer based G.E.D test. This test will be aligned with the Common Core State Standards. This new business will keep using the G.E.D testing service name and the new computer based G.E.D test will not be available until 2014.

Fortunately for those in Florida, California, Georgia and Texas, they will have an opportunity to start using the computer based test as early as this spring. Official testing centers in these states will offer the new test. Each year approximately 800,000 people complete their G.E.D. and over 470,000 people earn their high school equivalency.

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