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GED fee subsidy extended

graduate with letter The Minnesota State Department of Education has extended the fee subsidy for the GED test until June 30th, 2020, while funds last. This is a great opportunity to come back to school and get the degree you need.  The fee subsidy is available for anyone taking the test in Minnesota.  Call Metro North at 763-433-4200 for more information on how to register for classes or GED the test.

 

Please see the announcement below for more details on Minnesota’s fee subsidy:

 

First GED Test Free for Minnesotans with Code MNGED30 (while funding lasts)


GED testers in Minnesota can now get the first test in each subject free by entering the code MNGED30 when scheduling and paying for testing, while funding lasts. This promotional code can be used when scheduling tests taken until June 30th. This code applies to any eligible tester who marks they intend to test in Minnesota and schedules testing at an approved Minnesota or bordering testing center. If a student does not pass or does not show up for testing, they will not receive the subsidy for the retake tests; they will have to pay the standard retake test price. Once the subsidy expires or runs out, there will be no state subsidy left, and testers will have to pay the full testing fee ($30/first test in each subject or $120 per complete battery). We cannot predict exactly when this subsidy will run out; when it does, the subsidy will automatically shut off.