What is on the HiSET?
The HiSET is made up of six distinct sections: Social Studies, Language Arts (Writing and Reading), Science, and Mathematics. Each test has its own time limit and requirements.
Is the HiSET math test hard?
Not so hard. As long as you can answer questions like that, you should have no problem doing well on the test. This section will have 50 multiple-choice questions, and you will be allotted 90 minutes to complete it.
Is HiSET or GED better?
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Can you take HiSET online?
Online HiSET Exam at Home testing option. ETS, the publisher of the HiSET® High School Equivalency Exam (available in many states as an alternative to the GED®) has announced an online test-taking option named ‘HiSET Exam at Home. The online test is exactly the same as the exam taken at a physical test center.
How many times can you retake the HiSET?
You can take a subtest up to three times in a calendar year. This includes your initial appointment and two retakes. For more information about how you can retake a test, please see Requirements by State or Jurisdiction.
Is the HiSET harder than the GED?
Comparing the three high school equivalency exams, the HiSET program from ETS (Educational Testing Service) is most similar to the old GED (2002) in its format and content. The fact that the HiSET resembles the easier old GED doesn’t mean that it’s easier to pass than other high school equivalency exams.
Where is the HiSET accepted?
Currently, there are twelve states that offer the HiSET®: California, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Tennessee, and Wyoming.
Can you go to college with a HiSET diploma?
Can I get into college with a HSE credential? Yes. Most community colleges, trade schools, and four-year colleges accept your HSE credential.
Is HiSET and GED the same?
The HiSET and GED both test individuals on their knowledge of math, science, social studies and language arts. However, the HiSET has five subtests (one each for reading and writing), while the GED uses four subtests. The GED combines reading and writing into a single literacy test.
Can I take the HiSET test at home?
You can take the HISET exam at home if you meet your HiSET state requirements and are 18 years of age or older. If you’re 16 or 17 years old, you must apply with and be approved by your state. Contact your state directly to find out if the at home option is available to underage test takers.
What is a GED called now?
General Educational Development
Which GED subject is the hardest?