This week, New Hampshire became the third state in the country to announce it will no longer use GED Testing Services for its high school equivalency exams.
Beginning in 2014 , the state is moving to Educational Testing Service, also known as ETS.
And instructors are urging the more than 1,400 adult learners in the state to finish their GED exams before the end of the year.
Otherwise, they’ll have to face starting over with a new test that will be harder to pass.
GED has been the brand name for high school certifications for almost 70 years.