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For release: 22 November, 2013
Soon GED® candidates will set aside their pencil and paper on test day and enter answers using their keyboards. Beginning in January 2014, the GED® test will only be administered by computer. Harford Community College has completely updated its GED® instruction to help students prepare for the new computerized GED® test.
Types of questions on the new GED® test include multiple choice, drag-and-drop, hot spot, fill-in-the-blank, drop-down selection, short answer, and extended response. Subjects include Reasoning Through the Language Arts, Mathematical Reasoning, Science, and Social Studies. The official launch date of the new computerized GED® test is January 2, 2014. The length of time required for testing is seven hours.
Harford Community College bridges the gap between adult learners and the growing number of middle-skill jobs by offering instruction designed to help students pass the new 2014 GED® test. Our classes help students learn concepts and skills covered in the GED® test, while improving test-taking skills for a computer-based environment.
Today, adult learners face new challenges to meet the growing demands of education and the job market. The GED® Testing Service developed the 2014 GED® test to help adults achieve high school equivalency and demonstrate readiness for opportunities in college and careers.
Why a new GED® test?
To access the free practice test today and get a preview of the content and technology that will be part of the 2014 GED® test, go to http://www.gedtestingservice.com/educators/freepracticetest.
For information on GED® classes, call 443-412-2616 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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