**IMPORTANT GED® NEWS**
Beginning January 2014, the GED® test will move from a paper-based to computer-based format, which simply means that you will complete the test using a computer and not on paper.
The test content will remain the same – 5 tests, Language Arts, Reading, Language Arts, Writing, Social Studies, Science and Math.
Test results be provided instantly and studies have shown that adults who have taken the GED tests on computer find the test easier and also finish faster.
If you want to complete your GED using paper based testing you must do so before January 2014, after that it will be computer based.
Please note that the GED test in Canada is expected to be updated in the year 2015 or 2016. If you have begun the GED® test and have not passed all the components of the test, you will need to do so before they expire in 2015 or 2016.
The future is calling. With the GED® test, you can earn a high school equivalency certificate to further your education or get a better job. Do not miss this chance to turn one small step into your next big opportunity in life.
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