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Two big changes are underway in earning a GED--the current paper and pencil version of the GED test is ending, and a new computer-based GED testing is now available. At the end of this year, there will be a brand new GED test.
Anyone who has not passed all 5 sections of the current GED test will have to start over on the new test in Jan. 2014
to earn a GED.
GED classes are free and convenient.
Practice tests are available as well as knowledgeable instructors.
Lanier Technical College Adult Education Centers are encouraging those who have not finished to come in, study, and take their last tests.
In the past, the GED test has been given using paper and pencil, but now the GED test is available on computer. To register, test candidates go to www.gedcomputer.com.
Student candidates can pick out a testing time and place that is convenient for them and make an appointment for their tests.
Same day registration and testing is available.
Testing students pay by debit or credit card and receive their test scores immediately upon completing their tests.
Lanier Technical College GED testing labs are available in Commerce, Dahlonega, Dawsonville, Gainesville, Homer, and Oakwood.
Get started today!GED Testing Centers for computer-based testing:
Banks County Adult Learning Center
127 Hudson Valley Dr.
Homer, GA 30547
Dawson County Adult Learning Center
388 Hwy 9 North
Dawsonville, GA 30534
Hall County Adult Learning Center
4 1/2 Stallworth St.
Gainesville, GA 30501
Jackson Campus of Lanier Technical College
631 South Elm St.
Commerce, GA 30529
Lumpkin County Adult Learning Center
150 B Johnson St.
Dahlonega, GA 30533
Lanier Technical College
2990 Landrum Education Dr.
Oakwood, GA 30566