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Gazette Premium Content Everest College offering free test preparation for the new GED

By Debbie Kelley Published: March 14, 2014
By Debbie Kelley Published: March 14, 2014

The Everest College campus in Colorado Springs, 1815 Jetwing Drive, is offering a free test preparation program for the new version of the high school equivalency test known as the GED. Everest GED Advantage is open to the public and provides tutoring, study materials, a practice test and exam...

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The Everest College campus in Colorado Springs, 1815 Jetwing Drive, is offering a free test preparation program for the new version of the high school equivalency test known as the GED.

Everest GED Advantage is open to the public and provides tutoring, study materials, a practice test and exam fees all at no cost to the student. There also is no obligation to enroll in any Everest degree or diploma program.

The revamped GED debuted in January and has all new questions geared toward current high school curriculum. It also must be taken on a computer and has fewer multiple-choice questions.

For more information, go to www.everest.edu.

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