The HiSET, also known as the High School Equivalency Test, is a high school equivalency test that can be taken instead of the GED. These exams are designed for students who have not completed high school and want to acquire a high school diploma. A successful HiSET score will award you the High School Equivalency certification. When you pass the HiSET (or GED) test, you have high school-level academic capabilities in the United States or Canada.The HiSET exam is divided into five sections: Social Studies, Reading, Science, Mathematics, and Writing.You will have 90 minutes to answer about 50 multiple-choice questions in the HiSET Mathematics segment. The HiSET Mathematics Test assesses your mathematical skills in the following areas:
Use the free HiSET® Math practice questions, activities, and tests given here to prepare for the real HiSET Math test. Furthermore, our HiSET Math resources have been totally updated to reflect the most recent HiSET changes.
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