Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- High school dropouts wanting to get their GED should jump on it before the end of this year, according to the College of Southern Nevada.
The GED test is changing Jan. 1 and the new exam will have a whole different set of questions to reflect the "high tech age."
Questions on the current exam were written in 2002, and test officials said they're out-of-date. "The test questions try to reflect change of time. So more computer-based, because they indicate you are ready for your award just like high school graduates," said Soon Holl, testing director for CSN.
Testing officials said anyone who took a test and failed any portion between 2002 and now, should take the exam again before the new test comes out. It's especially important for people who failed one section but did well on others. Usually people can keep their high scores and just retake the portion they failed, but since the test is changing partial scores won't be usable anymore after the new year, and people will have to retake the whole exam.