GED in West Virginia Is Phased Out
West Virginia has replaced the GED with a high school diploma equivalency exam provided by CTB/McGraw Hill. Those seeking a high school equivalency diploma will begin taking the new Test Assessing Secondary Completion exam, or TASC, in January. The Associated Press reports that the state will continue to offer the test for free. State officials began looking for another provider after a new electronic GED was announced. The electronic GED exam will cost $120, compared to the existing test's $50 fee. The base price of CTB/McGraw Hill's exam is $52 and is available via paper-and-pencil and online.