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High School Equivalency Testing

You have two choices for testing to earn your high school credential: the GED and the HiSET. You need to take only one test. Classes will prepare you for either test.

To learn more about Free High School Equivalency Testing Preparation Classes, call 508.751.7926.

For Free Distance Learning (online), email qccgedonline [at] gmail.com.

FAQs

Where do I take the test?

25 Federal Street, Worcester, MA

What is the cost?

The HiSET test costs $103.75. The GED test costs $125.

What happens on test day?

Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment. If it is your first test date, you will need to fill out a form when you arrive. Be sure to bring your picture ID with you. You must have the same ID you used when you registered online. If you are under 18, and it is your first day of testing, you will need a parent or guardian with you at check-in. 

Is the test on paper?

The GED is only taken on a computer. The HiSET can be taken on both paper and computer, but QCC uses a computer. Check the HiSET website to learn which method a test center uses.

What do I do if I am under 18?

Call the state office at 781.338.6625 or email ostroud [at] doe.mass.edu

How do I request accomodations?

For the GED, email accomodations [at] ged.com. For the HiSET, call 855.802.2748.

How do I register?

For practice tests (and other information) visit the Official HiSET website or the The GED Testing Service. if you are ready to test, create an account and look at the appropriate calendar. Click on a date and time that will work for you.