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Some States Drop GED as Testing Price Spikes

4.15.13 GED

As the cost for the GED tests continue to rise, many states are looking for alternatives. The alternatives include computerized tests. The reality is, those who rely on the GED are often those who have issues using computers in the first place. The GED test is so well recognized that competing programs could confuse colleges and employers. Which alternative will become the “standard” of excellence with respect to high school equivalent tests? To read more, click here.

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