You can make a difference in a test-taker’s life
This page was created to help libraries and librarians provide information and resources to adult learners about preparing for and taking the GED® test. The test is going through several changes, like the move to all computer-based testing and a new GED® test that will be released in January of 2014. Use these resources at your library and help adult learners find more information, register, pass, and achieve more. Together, we can advocate for better education and the importance of lifelong learning.
THE CLOSEOUT CAMPAIGN
In 2014, the 2002 series of the test will expire, along with any incomplete scores. Help test-takers by familiarizing yourself with the resources below.
THE GED® TEST ON COMPUTER
The GED® test is now available on computer at select official testing centers until all GED® tests will be delivered on computer in 2014. Learn more about the test on computer below.
- Download the computer tutorial
- Help someone register
- Discover what states are saying about the test
- Learn more about becoming a computer-based GED® testing center
- Free typing practice and online games
THE 2014 GED® TEST
In 2014, GED Testing Service will unveil a new assessment that ensures the GED® testing program is a springboard for more education, training, and better-paying jobs. Find out what you need to know and what to tell adult learners below.
LINKS FOR TEST-TAKERS
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