The path to a high school equivalency degree in New Jersey is about to get more complicated, as the old GED test gets phased out by the end of the year and new menu of choices is rolled out for adults going back to get their diplomas.
The familiar GED test is ending across the country. The nonprofit organization that developed and administered the test was acquired by for-profit Pearson Vue Testing, which has remade the test and how it will be administered to roughly 1 million individuals nationwide each year, starting in 2014.
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