CCC now offering variety of GED online options
In the past, individuals hoping to earn their GED diploma at testing sites like Coahoma Community College had only one option—the paper-based GED test that required test-takers to wait weeks for their scores via “snail-mail”.
“It was a hindrance for students who were trying to get into school or get a job because they had to wait at least two weeks before they could get their results,” said CCC Testing Service Coordinator Linda Robinson.
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