The TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion) is an alternative to the GED. You can take the TASC test if you have not completed high school and want to achieve the equivalent of a high school diploma. It also assesses your preparedness for college studies and the workforce, where new competencies and abilities like science, mathematics, and computer literacy are more crucial than ever.
Passing the TASC exam will award you the High School Equivalency credential. When you pass the TASC test (or the GED or HiSET tests), you have high school-level academic skills in the United States or Canada.The TASC exam is divided into five sections: reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies.
The Mathematics component of the TASC test, commonly known as "Mathematical Reasoning," will give you 105 minutes to answer 40 multiple-choice questions and 12 gridded-response questions divided into two groups. The TASC Mathematics Test assesses your mathematical knowledge in the following areas:
Includes TASC Math Prep Books, Workbooks, and Practice Tests
To prepare for the TASC® Math exam, use the free TASC® Math practice questions, exercises, and tests listed below. Our TASC Math resources have been completely updated to suit the most recent TASC modifications
The Ultimate Step by Step Guide to Preparing for the TASC Math Test
Simulate test day with an official practice test. Then, score your test. The answers come with explanations so you can learn from your mistakes.