Hawaii State High School Equivalency Eligibility Requirements
- You do not have to be a resident of Hawaii.
- You cannot be enrolled in an accredited high school or be a high school graduate.
- You must be 18 years of age. However, if you are 16 or 17 you must use the Exceptions to Compulsory Education, Form 4140.
- Cost: The GED Test is $37.50 (per subject), $150 (all subjects) and the HiSET Exam is $24 (per sub-test), $120 (total)
- Passing Score: The GED Test requires a 145 (minimum) to each subject to pass. The HiSET Exam requires an 8 in each sub-test with a combined score of 45; minimum of 2 on the Language Arts, Writing essay.
- Accommodations for the GED test can be requested on the GED Testing Service page. Find out about disability accommodations and fill out your HiSET Accommodations Request Form on HiSET website.
- After passing either the GED test or HiSET exam, the State of Hawaii will award you a high school equivalency certificate that will show you have achieved the same level of knowledge as a high school graduate. Check with rules and regulations for the Hawaii GED test and Hawaii HiSET exam for more information.
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"Getting kicked out of school really woke me up. I realized that getting an education is the best thing for me to do so that I can support my brother, sister, and grandma. I didn’t think about that when I had the chance to go to school for free or get into a good college. But I’m going to get my GED and try my best to do what I need to in order to go to school. I’d like to get my business degree and open a t-shirt company."