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High School Equivalency Exams (GED, HiSET, TASC)

California now offers three different ways to earn your High School Equivalency Diploma:

  1. GED: The most familiar pathway to your California High School Equivalency Diploma is by passing the GED Tests. The new version of the GED is a four-part test that you take on a computer. The GED will test your skills and knowledge in English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.

  2. HiSET: The HiSET exam is a new, five-part test available in both paper-and-pencil and computer-based versions.

  3. TASC: The Test Assessing Secondary Completion is a new, five-part test currently offered in a paper-and-pencil format, with a computer-based version scheduled to be issued in 2016.

TEST PREPARATION CLASSES

Class Name Location Learn More
High School 
Equivalency Exam
Gilroy 
7861 Murray Ave.

Gilroy Adult Education Program

GED (English)
(ENGL 756)
Hollister
Briggs Building
365 4th St.
Gavilan College Non-Credit Programs
GED (English)
(ENGL 756)
Hollister
Briggs Building
365 4th St.
Gavilan College Non-Credit Programs
GED (English)
(ENGL 756)
Gilroy
Computer Tech Center
7881 Murray Ave.
Gavilan College Non-Credit Programs
GED (Spanish)
(ENGL 756)
Hollister
Briggs Building
365 4th St.
Gavilan College Non-Credit Programs
GED (Spanish)
(ENGL 756)
Hollister
Briggs Building
365 4th St.
Gavilan College Non-Credit Programs
HiSET Preparation
(Spanish)
Morgan Hill
Learning and Loving Center
16890 Church St.
Morgan Hill Community Adult School
HiSET Preparation
(Spanish)
Morgan Hill
Community Adult School
17960 Monterey Rd.
Morgan Hill Community Adult School
HiSET Preparation Morgan Hill
Community Adult School
17960 Monterey Rd.
Morgan Hill Community Adult School
HiSET Preparation Morgan Hill
Community Adult School
17960 Monterey Rd.
Morgan Hill Community Adult School