Students prepare for changes to the GED
Maria Vega is pushing to get her General Educational Development test completed before the end of the year. If she doesn’t, she’ll have to start from scratch and pay more than double to take it in 2014.
She’s one of many students who hope to wrap up the five GED test sections before changes occur next year.
Vega, 44, of Sugar Grove, has a high school diploma from Mexico, but she wants to take the GED to help with her English proficiency. She said she hopes it will propel her to her ultimate goal.
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