GED testing centers in Minnesota encourage adults to finish and pass before test deadlines
The University of Minnesota Crookston Counseling Services announced that the current version of the GED test will expire at the end of 2013. The current version, known as the 2002 Series GED test, will be replaced with the new 2014 GED test on January 2, 2014.
Those who have taken the 2002 Series GED test, but not passed all five parts, have until the end of 2013 to pass or they will need to start over again in 2014 with the new GED test in order to receive their high school credential. This includes paying additional fees to take the new GED test. The fee will increase from $60 at the Crookston Testing Center to a nation-wide rate of $120.
"The GED test opens doors to college, better jobs, the respect adults deserve, and the satisfaction of earning a high school credential," said Meloni Rasmussen, GED Examiner of the University of Minnesota Crookston Counseling Services. "So we want to be sure that everyone is aware of this deadline. GED test-takers must act now to finish and pass before the current test expires."
"Support is available, right here in Crookston," said Laurie Burkeholder, ABE Instructor for Crookston Adult Basic Education. "We can help adult learners get prepared to take the parts of the GED test they still need to pass. We want you to succeed!" Laurie can be reached at (218) 281-4743. The Crookston ABE is located at the Family Service Center at 1407 Erskine Street in Crookston, MN.
Interested GED test-takers can find more information at finishtheGED.com.
A few important tips you should know about testing at the University of Minnesota Crookston Counseling Service's Testing Center before the end of 2013:
- Registration deadline for repeat GED® test-takers is December 13, 2013
- Registration deadline for new GED® test-takers is November 29, 2013
- Last day to take the current version of the GED® test is December 18, 2103
- To schedule an appointment for testing call the testing center at (218) 281-8586
"To anyone who has already started the GED test, your future is calling. By passing the GED test, you can answer that call," said Randy Trask, president and CEO of GED Testing Service. "You owe it to yourself. Don't miss the chance to turn one small step into your next big opportunity in life."
Today the University of Minnesota, Crookston delivers 26 bachelor's degree programs, 18 minors, and 39 concentrations on campus--as well as 10 degrees online--in the areas of agriculture and natural resources; business; liberal arts and education; and math, science and technology. With an enrollment of 1,800 undergraduates from 25 countries and 40 states, the Crookston campus offers a supportive, close-knit atmosphere that leads to a prestigious University of Minnesota degree. "Small Campus. Big Degree." To learn more, visit www.umcrookston.edu.
Contact: Meloni Rasmussen, principle administrative specialist, Career and Counseling Services, 218-281-8586 (email@example.com)