GED® TEST INFORMATION
What you need to know about the 2014 GED® Tests:
Additional GED Testing information can be found at GED.com or by calling the Hubbs Center GED Testing office at 651-290-4779.
The GED Testing fee subsidy provided by the MN Department of Education (MDE) is now available! The subsidy will pay for $10 per first GED test in each subject (cannot be a retest) and up to $40 total per tester in a complete battery. The reduced fee for the first test in each subject will be $20 and retests will still cost $10 each. It should work for all testers who:
Once the funds run out, the subsidy expires and testers will have to pay the full testing fee ($30/first test in each subject or $120 per complete battery). It is impossible to predict exactly when this subsidy will run out.
The passing score for GED Testing is 145.
Log into your GED account for more information on how it will affect any tests already taken since 1-1-2014. Additional information is available at GED.com.