Revised GED Causes Headaches

03/19/2002 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The revamped General Educational Development exam, which features a greater emphasis on algebra and analytical skills, has caused some anxiety among students who missed the deadline for the old version, reports say. Some teachers and test preparation agencies have said they didn't have the materials necessary to get students ready. The test was revised this year to reflect tougher high school graduation standards.

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