The specific purpose of the High School Equivalency program is the measurement of the educational development of adults who have not completed their formal high school education. What test formats are available?
High School Equivalency is now available through three different exams. Testing is available on paper and on the computer.How do I register for HSE Exams?
To register for the GED tests please visit ged.com
To register for the HiSET exam, please visit hiset.ets.org
To register for the TASC test, please visit tasctest.comHow long are the HSE Tests?
Administration of the HSE tests are approximately 7-8 hours. Candidates must register and can select any time that is convenient.How much are the HSE tests?
The HSE tests cost from $18 to $30 per subject area. Credit card or vouchers are the only forms of payment. For more information, please contact the specific exam company listed above.Are testing accommodations available?
Yes. If you have a documented disability, you can request testing accommodations from the HSE Testing Administration. If approved, accommodations are provided at no additional charge. Testing accommodations can be requested during the registration process.
For information on how to request accommodations for the GED test, visit www.gedtestingservice.com/testers/computer-accommodations
For information on how to request accommodations for the HiSET exam, visit hiset.ets.org/take/disabilities/
For information on how to request accommodations for the TASC test, visit https://tasctest.com/demo-home/educators-policymakers/accommodations-for-disabilities/