ETS, the publisher of the HiSET® High School Equivalency Exam (available in many states as an alternative to the GED) has announced an online test-taking option named ‘HiSET Exam at Home.’
The online testing option provides a safe, convenient, and highly flexible testing solution for students impacted by closures of HiSET test centers or limited availability due to the recent health issues.
The at-home test solution will use proctor services provided by the organization ProctorU, a leading online proctoring service company. The online test is exactly the same as the exam taken at a physical test center.
The ‘HiSET Exam at Home’ provides test-takers with one more way to complete an educational degree that’s across America regarded as equivalent to a common high school diploma.
Test-takers can register for the HiSET-at-Home exam by creating an account on the website ets.com/s/cv/hiset/at-home/ets-account. When they’re logged in, the can choose one to more of the five HiSET subtests and pay the fees. Then, they will receive a message from ProctorU by email details on how to schedule test appointments.
Once you’ve set up your ETS account and registered for the online HiSET exam, you can register with ProctorU. You can select the time and date for your online test that suits you best. HiSET-at-Home test appointments are available seven days per week, for 15 hours per day.
ETS has taken all possible precautions to make sure that the HiSET-at-Home exam will meet the highest possible standards for security, reliability, and validity.
The HiSET-at-Home exam uses the best security measures such as real-time monitoring by a proctor and advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technology. If you would like to change an existing on-site test appointment to a HiSET-at-Home test appointment, please contact HiSET Customer Service.
HiSET proctored online testing is available in all states that use the HiSET exam for high school equivalency testing. These states are California, Colorado, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Wyoming. The HiSET is also used in Guam, American Samoa, Marshall Islands, North Mariana Islands, and Palau.
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