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Those looking to earn their GED can do so this summer without a hit to their wallet.
The GED test will be offered for free beginning today through July 31. People interested in taking advantage of the free test are encouraged to contact their local adult education center now, said Janet Hoover, director of systems support for Kentucky Adult Education.
People often need instruction before taking the test, so it’s beneficial to sign up as early as possible, Hoover said.
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