GED® Virginia informational website for students
- GED® Resources on the Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center website
- Virginia Department of Education: GED® Program (General Education Development)
- GED® 2014 Test Webinars: Watch a webinar video and catch up on the latest detailed information pertaining to the 2014 GED®test. Each webinar features playback video, slideshow presentation, and slides featuring comments.
- To locate a Pearson VUE test prep center use the following web site: http://www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/prep. You can also access this web site through ged.com. (click on “Study” tab).
- Prep Tool Change Request Form: http://gedtestingservice.com/testers/prep-center-request. This web site allows users to request a center that is not listed
- FAQs: 2014 GED® Test
- GED® 2014 Correlation to Achieve Products, by McGraw Hill: http://goo.gl/qT49XF
- Annual GED® Statistical Reports: http://www.gedtestingservice.com/educators/historical-testing-data
- Tougher GED® tests mean fewer take exam, pass, USA Today, with interactive map. May, 2014.
- 2011/12 Statistical GED® Report for the state of Virginia
- Economic and Non-Economic Outcomes for GED® Credential Recipients, GED® Testing Service Research Studies, PDF Document, 2008-2
- GED® Candidates and their Post-secondary Educational Outcomes: A Pilot Study, 2009, ACE
- GED® Testing Service Research Studies
- GED® Research: The Adult Literacy Education Wiki
- Labor Market Impacts of the GED® Test Credential on High School Drop Outs: Longitudinal Evidence, 2011, ACE
- Reliability and Validity of the GED® Tests, American Council on Education
- Share Your Story: GED® Testing Service– After the Test. Your students can share their experience of studying, taking the test, and plans for the future by filling out the form on this site: http://goo.gl/Ge3Q6p
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