You’ve probably heard of the GED test for students that for whatever reason were unable to complete high school to grant them a High School Equivalency Diploma (HSED). The HiSET (High School Equivalency Test) is an assessment to prove a HSED candidate has skills comparable to those of a high school graduate. It’s actually a series of five tests (writing, science, math, literature and the arts, and social studies). The state of Iowa made the switch. Kirkwood Community College has been using it for awhile, but I think it’s worth a reminder.
Resources for Study
Here at Library Services here in Cedar Rapids we offer these resources to students taking the HiSet:
Call Number: 373.126 H673 Title: HiSet Practice Questions: HiSET Practice Tests & Review for the High School Equivalency Test
Call Number: 373.126 M423 Title: Master the HiSet Exam
Call Number: 373.126 O326 Title: The Official Guide to the HiSET Exam: High School Equivalency Test
Call Number: 2 copies at Reserve Desk only Title: HiSET Secrets Study Guide: Your Key to Exam Success: HiSET Test Review for the High School Equivalency Test
We also strongly encourage people to use the review materials in Learning Express Library. Search for HiSET.
DMACC offers a more detailed explanation of the HiSet tet system.