Changes to GED Testing Take Effect Soon
by Josh Sandin
Posted on 4/5/2013
Your future is calling. With the GED test, anyone interested in earning a high school equivalency degree can answer the call.
Starting in January 2014, there will be a new GED test. The current version of the GED test is expiring after December 13, 2013 and scores will expire too if students do not finish and pass the test by that date. Students are urged to finish testing as soon as possible to avoid re-taking parts of the test already passed.
Whether you are a former GED student or wanting to start studying for the GED, act now.
Don’t feel prepared to finish the GED test? Don’t worry—Iowa Central Community College can help! Even with a busy schedule, students can prepare, plan, and succeed. Call Ann Waynar at 515-574-1959 or 800-362-2793 ext. 1959 to enroll in class. Or email Ann Waynar at firstname.lastname@example.org. Iowa Central has class locations in 8 counties to serve students and offers support needed to finish and pass the GED. Check out class locations on the Iowa Central website by searching for Adult Literacy.
Passing the GED test is the key to opening doors to college, a better job, and earning the respect you deserve. Don’t miss this chance to turn one small step into your next big opportunity in life. Finish your GED test by the end of 2013.