MADISON (WKOW) -- The state of Wisconsin will be making changes to the GED test beginning in January.
The new test will be four sections instead of five, but those familiar with the test say it will be more difficult. The test will require more comprehension, than memorization and answering questions.
The exam will only be administered on a computer, which means test takers need to have basic keyboarding skills and know how to navigate a computer.
Educators say it will leave those who pass better equipped to continue their education or enter the workforce.
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