Changes coming to GED in 2014
"Students that are out there that have tested in the past and have not finished, we want them to get in here and get their testing done," said Lora Dietmeyer, GED administrator at Lane Community College.
LCC is one of the primary GED testing centers in Lane County. More than 800 students registered with them will have to start the program all over again if they don't complete the testing before the deadline.
Dietmeyer said students have other incentives to wrap up their GED before the change. "The test will be harder," she said. "Instead of all multiple choice, there will now be some fill in the blank."