The old version of the test is soon going away.
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Monday, February 11, 2013
Time is running out for students who want to obtain their GED using Florida’s old version of the test.
Seminole Heights residents who want to get their GEDs might want to act soon before the state changes the test and its associated fees. The state’s current 2002 Series GED test runs its course at the end of 2013. Starting Jan. 2, 2014, students will have to take the new, more costly 2014 GED if they want to gain their high school credentials through this alternative means. Students who have taken the current version of the test but failed to pass all five parts need to sign up for retakes before 2013 ends, too. Those who don’t will find themselves having to take the entire 2014 test and pay the higher fees, according to a media release from Hillsborough County Public Schools. The cost to take the 2002 series test is $70. The new version …