As the GED exam goes all-digital, new alternatives have emerged to give adult students more choices
[caption id="attachment_137762" align="alignleft" width="150"] A number of states have opted out of the new GED test with the emergence of two competing exams.[/caption]
The creator of the General Educational Development test, long the measure of high school equivalency for dropouts, has unveiled a revamped computer-only exam that has spurred competition from two other test providers—letting students decide which format they prefer.
The new version of the 71-year-old GED, which debuted in December, for the first time does away with...