TASC Exam No Longer Available

Last Updated on May 16, 2024.

The TASC test is no longer offered. The states that relied on TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion) for their High School Equivalency exam have chosen different options.

In most states, students who already passed some subjects will be able to transfer their scores to their GED or HiSET accounts in most states.

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The state of New Jersey now uses the GED and HiSET exams for HSE (high school equivalency) testing, but not all testing centers administer both options. In New Jersey, both exams can be taken on a computer online or at a test center, and there’s no paper-based testing in the state. More New Jersey GED information <- can be found here.

  • West Virginia

West Virginia now uses both the GED and HiSET. Testing was and is free, and state residency is required. So, there are two available options in West Virginia. The West Virginia HSE exams must be taken at certified test centers and on a computer. There’s no paper-based testing possibility in West Virginia.

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  • New York State

New York State used the TASC exam for its high school equivalency (HSE) program from 2014 through 2021. HSE testing is free in the state but only available to state residents. The GED exam is fully computer-based. More information can be found on our page, The New York GED Test.

  • Indiana

Today, the state offers the HiSET and GED exams for high school equivalency testing. Both exams can be taken at official Indiana testing centers or online by qualifying test-takers. The GED is computer-based, whereas the HiSET can be taken on a computer or on paper in Indiana. You can learn more about HiSET and GED testing in Indiana in our post, GED Testing In Indiana.