To help provide more learners in the Great Lakes Bay Region with a high school credential, Delta College is partnering with GED® Testing Service to offer the GED® test on computer. Delta College is one of three centers in the State of Michigan currently approved to offer this test format.
Registering, scheduling and testing on computer will provide a new experience and new benefits for GED® test-takers. These new features will improve the GED® testing program which is a gateway for completers to find jobs or better paying jobs, enter the workforce or college training programs and better support themselves and their families. The GED® test on computer is the same test content currently offered on paper. Its accompanying systems will provide an array of new benefits including convenient online registration with Pearson VUE (www.pearsonvue.com), instant test scores and enhanced test security.
“Delta College LifeLong Learning Testing Services is pleased to be one of the first test centers in the State to offer GED® testing on computer for our community members seeking this credential,” says Danielle Hall, Testing Services Specialist and GED Chief Examiner™.
A new GED® assessment is scheduled to be released in January 2014. Testers who haven’t taken or passed all five content areas are encouraged to complete their test before scores expire at the end of 2013. For those who have already started taking the GED® tests but have not yet completed, the paper and pencil format of the test will be available for the remainder of this year.
For more information please contact Delta College LifeLong Learning at 989-686-9444, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.delta.edu/lifelonglearning.