Changes Coming to GED Test

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Starting next year, there are big changes coming for those looking to get their GED.

In january, the high school equivalency test will cover more material. They’ll also be administered using computers instead of pencil and paper, as they are now.

The Austin Adult Learning program helps prepare people for the GED. They recommend taking it now, before the changes happen.

“At that time, anyone who has taken partial tests will have to start all over.  That’s expensive to do that and it’s also time consuming,” said Adult Learning Coordinator Janice Mino.

If you’re looking to take the GED soon, there are several services offered. For more information, click here:

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