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I have a few questions about GED stuff that I need to know.
1. Is it possible to find a place that you can get your GED at for free or less than $60?
2. Do most colleges accept students with their GED?
3. What is the minimum score you have to get on the GED test in order to go to Ivy Tech?
I really hope someone can answer these for me. Thanks!
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1. If you have a WorkOne in your city (which you should), you can get the GED test for cheap or free (can't remember which).
2. Most community colleges do. Almost all will accept you if you've completed 2 years at a community college first.
3. I'll let someone else answer this one.
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