A: There are three high school equivalency tests that lead to a high school credential: GED®, HiSET®, and TASC®. All these tests are similar, but they have some differences, too.
Some states offer all three tests, and some states offer only one. You can go to each test's website to see if it is offered in your state.   www.ged.com,   www.hiset.ets.org,   www.tasctest.com
A: That all depends on you. Each student has a different amount of previous knowledge and time to devote to studying. However, the lessons in
A: Both the HiSET® and the TASC® tests are available as a paper and pencil test or as a computer-based test. The GED® test is only available as a computer-based test. Also, the HiSET® and TASC® tests normally cost less than the GED® test.
A: Yes. Technology centers and colleges are now accepting the diploma or credential that you receive when you pass the HiSET® or TASC® test in addition to accepting the GED® test. These new tests are also listed on the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).