The Expert Guide to The GACE: Costs

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Are you getting ready to take a GACE test but wondering what it’ll cost you? We’ll help you understand the costs of each exam so you’re prepared. We’ll also list any other costs associated with taking a GACE exam.

Let’s get started!

How Much Does It Cost To Take a GACE Exam?

Let’s look at how much it costs to take a GACE exam so you’re prepared.

How Much Does It Cost To Take GACE Exams

A $25.00 registration fee and $28.00 test center fee are included in these costs, with the exception of the ASLPI.

You can find all the details about GACE fees here.

What Happens If You Fail a GACE Test?

If you do not pass your GACE exam, you can retake the exam 30 calendar days after your last test date. All exams have a 30-day retest wait period except for the Paraprofessional Exam, which has a wait of 28 calendar days from your testing date.

During the 28- or 30-day calendar wait time, you’ll want to start studying and preparing to retake your exam. To help you study you’ll want to have access to a study guide that will help you pass. 240 Tutoring offers a GACE study guide with a pass guarantee you can rely on.

You will have to register to retake the GACE exam, once you’re ready. The same costs apply to retake the test.

Are There Any Other Costs Associated With Taking a GACE Test?

You might be wondering if there are any other testing costs we haven’t covered. There are a few other fees that may be charged that you should be aware of.

If you need to change the test center, date, or time after registering, it costs $25.

If you need to cancel a test, you will receive a refund of 50% of the testing fee, as long as you cancel three calendar days before your testing appointment.

If you’re taking the GACE internationally, there is a $50 test site fee.

For the ASLPI, a $20 proctor fee may be charged on the day of the test that must be paid in cash.

Taking GACE exams isn’t free… so, make sure you’re prepared and ready to ace the exam by using a GACE study guide with a pass guarantee!

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About the author: Ashley Macken

Ashley is a first-grade teacher who is ending her 10-year teaching career to focus on small group tutoring and being a stay-at-home mom. She feels she has a wealth of knowledge of the education world to share with others. One thing you wouldn’t expect about Ashley is that she owns a working 1926 Model T.