How do they score the HiSET test?

Understanding scoresHiSET scores are reported on a 120 score scale in 1-point increments.ETS has set a national passing score of 8 for each of the five subtests and a combined score of 45 to pass the HiSET exam. Test takers must achieve a minimum score of 2 on the Language Arts Writing essay to pass.

Is the HiSET test hard to pass?

The fact that the HiSET resembles the easier old GED doesn’t mean that it’s easier to pass than other high school equivalency exams. Like other high school equivalency exams, students who pass the HiSET are proving that they have academic skills that are within the top 60% of recent high school graduates.

How long does it take to get HiSET test results?

Official scoring begins when ETS receives your answer sheets from the test center. Scores are then posted in your HiSET account within three business days for multiple-choice subtests and within five days for the Language Arts Writing subtest.

Can I go to 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 take the HiSET test online 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.

Can you pass the GED test without studying?

Like everything else, it can be done under certain conditions and prerequisites. First of all, you need to know that passing the GED test without studying is not for everyone. If your reading comprehension skills are strong, the chances are that you can pass the Social Studies, Science, and RLA (Literacy) GED subtests.

What type of math is on GED test?

Topics on the GED Math are number operations and number sense (about 20% to 30% of the test), measurement & geometry (approximately 20% to 30% of the test), data analysis and statistics (about 20% to 30% ), and Algebra (approximately 25% to 30%of the test).