The HiSET® exam is about seven hours from start to finish. These seven hours are broken out into five subtests that you can take on different days over a period of time.
- 1 Is HiSET math easier than GED?
- 2 How hard is the math HiSET?
- 3 Is HiSET harder than GED?
- 4 Do colleges look at HiSET scores?
- 5 Does Harvard accept HiSET?
- 6 Does military accept HiSET?
- 7 Can you get into college with a HiSET?
- 8 Can you use a calculator on the HiSET math?
- 9 Can you use a calculator on the HiSET math test?
- 10 Can I take the HiSET test at home?
- 11 Do employers accept HiSET?
- 12 Is HiSET the same as a high school diploma?
- 13 What happens after I pass my HiSET?
Is HiSET math easier than GED?
The HiSET exam is a similar test, but it has a number of advantages over the GED. Moreover, the consensus opinion of educational experts is that the HiSET math section is slightly easier than the corresponding section of the GED, but without being an unfair reflection of student readiness for the workforce.
How hard is the math HiSET?
Not so hard. As long as you can answer questions like that, you should have no problem doing well on the test. This section will have 50 multiple-choice questions, and you will be allotted 90 minutes to complete it.
Is HiSET harder than GED?
Experts say that while the tests are very similar that the HiSET math section is slightly easier to pass than the GED math section.
Do colleges look at HiSET scores?
Your HiSET ® scores can be a useful tool when you’re selecting college courses and deciding on your major. If you score at least 15 out of 20 on any of your subtests, it means you’ve demonstrated college and career readiness. If you don’t score at least a 15, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go to college.
Does Harvard accept HiSET?
The answer to the question of whether Harvard accepts GED graduates is simply YES. Harvard accepts GED graduates. The fact of the matter is that Harvard does not require any high school or GED diploma for admittance.
Does military accept HiSET?
Yes, the military recognizes the HiSET test as a high school equivalency test and would accept and treat the credential as such if it has been approved and issued by the relevant state.
Can you get into college with a HiSET?
Can I get into college with a HSE credential? Yes. Most community colleges, trade schools, and four-year colleges accept your HSE credential.
Can you use a calculator on the HiSET math?
The Mathematics test is calculator neutral. This means that a calculator is not required and you are NOT allowed to bring one with you on Test Day.
Can you use a calculator on the HiSET math test?
If you’re taking the paper-delivered test, your test center will give you a handheld calculator. If you’re taking the computer-delivered test, it will be on-screen. Please note the subtest does not require a calculator; however, the decision for the type of calculator used is up to your state.
Can I take the HiSET test at home?
You can take the HiSET exam at home if you meet your HiSET state requirements and are 18 years of age or older. If you’re 16 or 17 years old, you must apply with and be approved by your state. Contact your state directly to find out if the at home option is available to underage test takers.
Do employers accept HiSET?
The HiSET diploma/ certificate is accepted by employers and accredited colleges in all 50 of the United States.
Is HiSET the same as a high school diploma?
Passing the HiSET ® exam proves you have the same academic knowledge and proficiency as a high school graduate. Once you pass, your state will issue you a high school equivalency credential.
What happens after I pass my HiSET?
Scores are automatically sent to your state. After you pass the exam, you will receive your high school equivalency (HSE) credential. To find out more about how and when you will receive your credential, see Request Your Transcript or Diploma.