High School Equivalency – GED, HiSET
Note: GED® is the registered trademark of Pearson, however it is often used to refer to the High School Equivalency exam. If you are unable to find information relating to GED®, please see references to High School Equivalency. Another available test battery is the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) produced by Educational Testing System (ETS).
Adult residents of North Carolina who have not completed high school may earn a High School Equivalency Diploma by passing a battery of tests. The battery of assessments, available as computer-based tests only for GED®, consists of reasoning through language arts (reading and writing), math, science and social studies. HiSET, computer-based or paper-based, offers a battery of five tests in reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. The high school equivalency diploma is awarded by the State Board of the North Carolina Community College System. Classes are available at no cost to the student through the Transitional Studies Department–morning, afternoons and evenings, both on campus and off–to provide instruction for preparation for these tests. There are fees associated with taking these tests, but the classes are offered free of charge.
For more information about Adult Literacy/High School Equivalency classes call 252 493-7892
High School Equivalency Test Center: 123 Leslie Building . . .
- Transitional Studies Walk-in Assessment and ABE/ASE Orientation/Advising Sessions, call 252 493-7892
- GED® or other HSE Transcript Requests
- Information for High School Equivalency Test Takers (Sample questions, Understanding your scores, etc.)
Contact Mary Hopkins at 252-493-7606 or 252-493-7628 for more information.