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Don't have a GED or high school diploma?

High School Credential Options for Adults
  • The Hubbs Center offers two options for adults who do not have a traditional high school diploma, the GED (General Educational Development) and our Adult Diploma Program (ADP).  Having this essential credential opens the door to higher education and better employment opportunities since both are accepted by employers and colleges.

    Which one is right for me, GED or ADP?
     
    Below is a brief, side by side look at the two programs.  For more details on each program, please click on the links to the left.   
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    In the mean time, if you need more information about GED or ADP please call 651-290-4779.
     
     

FREE GED TESTS

*Limited time only, but funds are still available*
See details below

 BIG GED NEWS:

If you are a MN resident, testing in MN, and you are not taking a retest, you can use a code to get your tests for FREE (until the money runs out).

 For tests to be scheduled and taken after July 13, 2016, please use the following code:

MNGED30

 This code is not valid for retests.

The MN Department of Education is subsidizing the tests and there is a limited amount of funds available.  Based on current testing trends, the subsidy will likely expire in fall 2016.  Once the subsidy runs out, there will be no state subsidy left and testers will have to pay the full testing fee.  The full testing fee is $30 for the first test in each subject or $120 per complete battery; retests are $10.  We cannot predict exactly when this subsidy will run out and when it does, the subsidy will automatically shut off through GED.com’s technology/system.  When the subsidy does run out, it will shut off quickly, before even GEDTS or MDE staff will know.

We highly recommend taking classes or the GED Ready official practice tests, available at GED.com, to determine if you are ready to take the real GED tests.

 

 Also:

The passing score for GED Testing is 145!

The original passing score was 150, but was changed in early 2015.  The new passing score is retroactive to all tests going back to January 1, 2014.  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.
 
 
The GED© Tests changed on January 1, 2014.  Since this date, the GED©Tests are only administered on computer at certified GED© Testing Centers.  Registration for all GED© Testing must be completed online at ged.com or by calling 1-877-392-6433 (1-877-EXAM-GED).  The Hubbs Center is a certified GED© Test Center; however, all registration, scheduling, and payment must be completed online at ged.com or by calling 1-877-392-6433.   The Hubbs Center and Hub@Harding offer free GED© preparation classes. 
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