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Testing Center

Testing services for future and current students

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Testing Center



Mon. - Thur.: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. arrival time (center closes at 6 p.m.)

Fri.: 8 a.m. - 10 a.m., arrival time (center closes at 12 p.m.)

Upcoming Closures

Sept. 20th
Nov. 11th
Nov. 28-29th
Dec. 25th

CLEP Testing

CLEP testing (Mon. and Wed. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.) by appointment only - Please contact the Testing Center to make an appointment.

GED testing by appointment only- Please register by going to

Proctor, Make-Up and Accuplacer testing is primarily walk in, however, if you would like to make an appointment for a guaranteed spot you can contact us by phone at 651-450-3650 or email at

GED Testing

Things to know before you take the GED test


In case you need to reschedule your test, you MUST reschedule online through your account on the GED Testing Service more than 24 hours in advance. The Testing Center cannot reschedule your test for you. If you fail to reschedule, you will forfeit the fees you paid.

Things to know about the GED test

  • You will be seated in a designated testing room.
  • You will take your GED test on a computer.
  • The Testing Center will provide scratch paper, pens and pencils.
  • No personal items or materials are allowed in the testing room except for the test-and-answer sheet. A limited number of small lockers are available to store your personal items, so please plan accordingly. No food or drink is allowed in the testing room.
  • You determine the number of tests you take in one day when you register online and pay for testing.
  • You must complete a test before leaving the testing room; no breaks are allowed during an individual test.
  • Talking is not allowed during the exam except with the test proctor. If you are discovered talking or cheating during a test, you will surrender your test and be permanently dismissed from the Inver Hills Testing Center and reported to the Minnesota Department of Education GED Office.

Are the tests timed?

All GED tests are timed. You will be allotted a specific amount of time to take each test. However, if you finish a test early, you can come out of the testing room and request to begin the next test. Specific test sections and times can be found online at the GED Testing Service.

GED test records in Minnesota

Note: The Minnesota Department of Education will not fax GED records.

GED test records outside of Minnesota

Contact the department of education in the state where you completed your GED.

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