National Education Corp. said Wednesday that its Steck-Vaughn subsidiary was chosen as the exclusive distributor of official practice tests for the GED or high school equivalency exam. The Austin, Tex.-based subsidiary will publish and sell the tests for the American Council on Education until Aug. 31, 1993. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. NEC is an Irvine-based educational products and training company.

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