Complete the GED® test by the end of 2013, and then go on to college, a better job, the respect you deserve, and the accomplishment of earning your high school credential.”
A recent press release announces that the GED Testing Service™ (GEDTS™) has launched its 2002 Series Closeout Campaign: Your Future is Calling, alerting test-takers who need to finish the GED® test by the end of 2013.
The current version of the test—the 2002 Series GED® Test—will expire at the end of 2013, along with any incomplete test scores. Test-takers who pass some but not all of the 2002 Series GED® Test will have to start over.
GEDTS™ encourages everyone to join the 2002 Series Closeout Campaign and tell adult learners to finish the GED® test by the end of 2013. Based on research, GEDTS™ has compiled a Closeout Campaign message guide that focuses on being hopeful, positive, and future-oriented.
CLEE encourages everyone to take part in getting the word out!
“More than a million adults have started but not finished the current GED® test. As a nation, we cannot afford to let millions of working-aged adults miss this opportunity to complete and pass the GED® test, opening doors to college, training, and better jobs.”
Nicole Chestang, executive vice president of GED Testing Service™