New GED Exam Stresses Analysis

01/8/2002 | Washington Post, The

The revised version of the General Educational Development (GED) exam places more emphasis on students' analytical abilities than did previous tests, which stressed rote memorization. GED official Joan Chikos Auchter said the changes reflect the "higher-level" thinking skills required in today's high school classes.

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