Current Version of GED Test to Expire in December
Posted: April 10, 2013
If you have started, but not completed and passed all five sections of the GED tests, you must finish this year, or else your scores to date will not count toward General Education Development, warns the Oregon GED Administration Office.
Test-takers whose scores expire at the end of this year will have to start completely over with the new 2014 GED test, according to Mika Roberts, chief GED examiner at Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC).
The last date a person may register to begin the GED test at MHCC is Nov. 7. The last date that GED testing will be offered at MHCC is Dec. 14. Current testing schedules for MHCC may be found at www.mhcc.edu/testing. If you started the current GED series on paper-based tests, you must finish on paper-based tests. If you started the 2002 GED series using the computer version, you must finish using the computer version.
“MHCC offers resources to help GED test-takers,” says Roberts. “Whether you need classes, online preparation or just someone to help you get through the process, we are here to support you. If you know a GED test-taker, please encourage him or her to test before the 2013 deadline.”
If you no longer live in the Gresham area and want to finish testing at another site, please locate the nearest testing center by clicking here.
For more information, please contact the Office of College Advancement, 503-491-7204 or email@example.com.