CHANGES IN THE GED PROGRAM COULD AFFECT THOUSANDS PDF Print
Monday, 03 December 2012 04:41

Changes are ahead for the GED and those changes could affect thousands of Kentuckians. The current GED test will be replaced with a new one in 2014. People who have started the current test have until then to pass the remaining parts, or they'll have to start all over again, according to Janet Hoover with Kentucky Adult Education.

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The GED has five parts. More than 16,000 Kentuckians have passed part, but not all, of the currest test. It's been in place since 2002. They have until December of next year to take and pass all five parts. The last day to take the current version of the GED will be December 18, 2013.

 

 

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