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Free GED Practice Test Shows What to Expect in 2014

                                                              

Free practice test shows what to expect in 2014

With the 2014 GED® program, we’re fundamentally shifting our focus to center on the adult learner and what they need to get a good job with good  wages. That’s why we’ve redesigned the 2014 GED® test. The new 2014 GED® test measures the college- and career-readiness skills students need, and prepares them with a basic level of computer literacy to compete in today’s job market. 

Wondering what this new test will look like? Take a few minutes today to see what the 2014 GED® test has in store for your students. Access the free practice test and get a preview of the content and technology   that will be part of the 2014 GED® test.

Visit GED AccessPoint™ to get started.

See below for recent news about the 2014 GED® program.

  1. GED changes coming, so be aware (The Detroit News, October 7, 2013) - “Test questions will now be aligned with Common Core Standards - a nationally-devised set of standards aimed at helping all students reach their highest potential.” (read the full article)

    Countdown begins: New GED test set for Jan. 2 (The Daily Times, October 7, 2013) - “The 2014 GED test represents its biggest overhaul in more than 70 years. GED Testing Service spent five years revamping it.” (read the full article)

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