Attention GED® test-takers: Adults who take the GED® test on computer are scoring higher and finishing faster. In fact, 88% of people passed the GED® test on computer compared to 71% for those who tested on paper.
We're so confident you'll do well too, that if you don't pass your first GED® test subject on computer, GED Testing Service will pay for your second shot! It's that simple. You pass or they pay.
Visit GEDtestingservice.com/secondshot to learn more.
Get started with testing on computer now:
The Pilot Program offering Computer-based Testing (CBT) of the GED Exam is designed for the convenience of prospective GED candidates and re-testers. At the GED Testing and Verifications' (GEDTV) Office located at One Judiciary Square, the laboratory is ready and equipped for examinees to schedule individual, multiple or full subject-test batteries from 8:00 am - 3:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
Register and pay the required fees online, and you will receive an email to/from GEDTV with details confirming your test(s), dates and times.
To get started, click this link: www.GEDcomputer.com or call PEARSON VUE at 1-877-EXAM-GED (392-6433).
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