High School Equivalency
Resources to help you earn a High School Equivalency Diploma
Obtaining a GED credential can help you get the job you want or attend the college that you are interested in. Learn how to pass your GED exams. Understand how to get a GED diploma.
GED Information By State
GED Requirements, Testing Sites, Fees and more are governed by the local GED administrator. Choose you state below to find out specific information about GED testing in your state.
Getting a HiSET credential can help you attain your goals - whether it's attending the college of your choice or getting your dream job. Learn what is on the HiSET exam and take our free HiSET practice tests.
The TABE Test is a standardized placement test developed by McGraw Hill/CTB. TABE stands for “Test of Adult Basic Education”. The TABE test is used primarily by technical schools, trade schools and some colleges to help them assess a student’s academic readiness.
The standard TABE test covers reading, math and language. Schools will use your scores on the TABE test to determine whether you are ready for their programs. In addition, schools will use your scores to determine what level of course to place you into. Your scores on the TABE test may also prompt the school to place you into remedial courses before you are allowed to take their standard courses.
The TABE test can also be used for other purposes. For example, some GED and Adult Education programs may require their students to take the TABE in order to assess their academic skills.
Use our free HiSET practice tests (updated for 2020) to pass your HiSET exams. The best way to prepare for your exam is to review actual HiSET sample questions and answers. Our free HiSET sample tests provide you with an opportunity to evaluate if you are ready for the real HiSET exam. After you have taken our practice HiSET questions, you can focus your studies on the areas that your are weak.
The High School Equivalency Test, known by the acronym HiSET, is intended to measure whether a student has the academic skills that are equivalent to a typical high school graduate. The HiSET exam is an alternative to the GED test. Passing the HiSET exam will allow students to receive a high school equivalency credential that is issued by their state.
Students will typically take the HiSET exam in order to attend a college or attain a specific job that requires a high school diploma or equivalent. The HiSET exam has been designed to align with the Common Core State Standards in Language Arts and Math.