Learn why it's so much more than just practice tests
- Create a personalized study plan to keep yourself accountable
- Work through three (3) full-length HiSET practice tests, with detailed answers and explanations to every question
- Take notes on question type and content
- Earn knowledge points to make studying fun
- Discover your strengths as well as your weaknesses so you can focus your studies
- Best for: test takers already comfortable with the covered content, but need practice to perfect their skills and pacing for test day
What is the HiSET?
The High School Equivalency Test, or HiSET exam, provides out-of-school youth and adults with the opportunity to earn a state-issued high school equivalency credential. Most states have a minimum age for the test.
What's on the HiSET?
The HiSET is a multiple choice test that includes five sections: Math, Science, English, Social Studies, and Writing.
How is the HiSET scored?
The HiSET is scored on a 0 – 100 point scale. Test-takers can score up to 20 points per section.
Who takes the HiSET?
People who did not complete high school and want to earn the equivalency of a high school equivalency credential.
How can I register for the HiSET?
Make sure your eligible for the HiSET in your state or jurisdiction. You can find this information on the ETS website. From there, you can schedule an appointment.
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