HiSET Score

What kind of Math is on the HiSET test?

What kind of Math is on the HiSET test?

The High School Equivalency Test (HiSET), commonly known as HiSET, is an alternative to the GED test. This test has been published since 2014 by the ITP (Iowa Testing Programs) and ETS (Educational Testing Service) for those who have failed to complete high school to obtain a diploma and achieve a university education. Bypassing this test, students can obtain a high school equivalency certificate issued by their state. HiSET test takers can participate in the test by computer or paper and pencil. The HiSET test has the following 5 sections: Social Studies,Language Arts...
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How is the HiSET Test Scored?

How is the HiSET Test Scored?

The High School Equivalency Test or HiSET is a new way for people who didn’t finish high school to earn a diploma and get on track for college. Test takers can choose to take the exam with pencil and paper, or using a computer. The exam has five parts: Science, Math, English, Social Studies, and Writing. All sections are multiple-choice (40 to 50 questions), and the writing section also requires test candidates to write an essay. The HiSET test takes several hours and is not easy to pass. Scoring for HiSET is simple. Each question gives one point, which is added to your score...
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