What is the process of getting your high school equivalency credential?
It’s actually very easy. The best way to start is with a practice test to find out what you need to study. Next, put together a study plan of the skills you need to brush up on and then a schedule of when you’re going to study. It’s a good idea to start with your easiest subject first so you start succeeding right away.
The next step is to schedule the tests. The subject tests can be taken on separate days. A good plan is to schedule the tests early so that you have a goal to keep you focused on your study.
There are three high school equivalency tests, the GED test, the HiSET exam, and the TASC test. Your state uses one, two, or all three. To find out which one is available where you live, click here.
The costs are different depending on the test and your state. The GED is about $120, and the HiSET and TASC average about $50 to $60.
Essential Education’s high school academies have 24 built-in practice tests to help you study. With the information from the tests, they automatically create a personalized study plan and then schedule the lessons you need to work on one at a time. And, you get continual feedback on how you are doing on your goal to pass the GED, HiSET, or TASC tests.
Click here to get more information and to learn how to enroll.