Nov 4, 2013 - The Associated PressCHEYENNE -- Wyoming students seeking a high school equivalency certificate will soon have three testing options instead of just one.
In January, the state will start offering all three of the newly created tests, said Troy Tallabas, manager of the high school equivalency certificate program with the Wyoming Community College Commission.
The options include the new GED; the High School Equivalency Test, or HiSET; and the Test Assessing Secondary Completion, or TASC.
"Each of them brings something to the market," he said.
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