Have you heard?
The GED test is changing in 2014. It will be offered in a computer-based format only, and is being updated to reflect newer academic standards.
What does this mean to you? It means that if you have passed some sections--but not yet all--you need to finish your GED soon! You won’t be able to combine scores from 2013 and 2014.
Time is running out--your current GED test scores will expire on December 31, 2013. Your scores will no longer be valid if you don’t pass all sections by the end of the year.
An estimated 13,000 people in Colorado have passed parts of the GED—but have yet to finish all five sections. Are you one of them? Finish your GED now so you won’t have to re-take what you’ve already passed.
Let us help you finish now . . and you can start the new year with only your success ahead of you!
Get a free tutor and help with a practice test at your nearest Denver workforce center. We can help with the costs of the official GED test, too.
AMNESTY DAYS: We're planning four special test sessions on November 18 and December 6, 13 and 28, when the $150 test fee is waived! Don't miss this incredible opportunity to invest in your future at no cost! To join us, visit your local Denver Workforce Center for test readiness, then register!
Call! GED HOTLINE 720.865.5541
Come in! Denver Workforce Centers at Speer, Westside, or Montbello
Finish your GED now—before it’s too late and you have to start over in 2014. More detailed information here, too.
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