The High School Equivalency Test (HiSET®) is a widely recognized alternative to a high school diploma.
The HiSET tests your knowledge in:
- Social Studies
For a more detailed explanation, follow this HiSET link.
If you have a documented physical, sensory, emotional, or specific learning disability, you can apply in advance for special accommodations.
HiSET candidates are a diverse group, ranging in age from 16 to well past 60.
- You may take the HiSET if you:
are at least 16 years old
- are not enrolled in high school
- have not graduated from high school and
- meet the state requirements for age, residency and the length of time since leaving school.
Millions of people like you have the taken the HiSET to continue their education, get a better job or to feel better about themselves.
Most U.S. employers, colleges and universities accept a HiSET certificate in place of a high school diploma.
Here is the link to the HiSET home page for more information.