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Find your state's high school equivalency (HSE) options.

Check the following list for a snapshot of the exams offered in each state as of 2016. Please note that states do change the options they support, so check with your state's adult education agency for up-to-date information.

STATE

GED®

HiSET

TASC

OTHER

Alabama

GED®

         

 

 

Alaska

GED®

 

 

 

Arizona

GED®

 

 

 

Arkasas

GED®

 

 

 

California

GED®

HiSET

TASC

CHSPE

Colorado

GED®

HiSET

TASC

 

Connecticut

GED®

 

 

CT-NEDP

Delaware

GED®

 

 

 

Florida

GED®

 

 

 

Georgia

GED®

 

 

 

Hawaii

GED®

HiSET

 

Idaho

GED®

 

 

 

Illinois

GED®

HiSET

TASC

 

Indiana

 

 

TASC

 

Iowa

 

HiSET

 

 

Kansas

GED®

 

 

 

Kentucky

GED®

 

 

 

Louisiana

 

HiSET

 

 

Maine

 

HiSET

 

 

Maryland

GED®

 

 

MD-NEDP

Massachusetts

 

HiSET

 

 

Michigan

GED®

HiSET

 

 

Minnesota

GED®

 

 

 

Mississippi

GED®

HiSET

TASC

 

Missouri

 

HiSET

 

 

Montana

 

HiSET

 

 

Nebraska

GED®

 

 

 

Nevada

GED®

HiSET

TASC

 

New Hampshire

 

HiSET

 

 

New Jersey

GED®

HiSET

TASC

 

New Mexico

GED®

HiSET

 

 

New York

 

 

TASC

NY-NEDP

North Carolina

GED®

HiSET

TASC

 

North Dakota

GED®

 

 

 

Ohio

GED®

 

 

 

Oklahoma

GED®

HiSET

TASC

 

Oregon

GED®

 

 

 

Pennsylvania

GED®

HiSET

TASC

CSSD

Rhode Island

GED®

 

 

RI-NEDP

South Carolina

GED®

 

 

 

South Dakota

GED®

 

 

 

Tennessee

 

HiSET

 

 

Texas

GED®

HiSET

TASC

 

Utah

GED®

 

 

 

Vermont

GED®

 

 

VT-ADP

Virginia

GED®

 

 

VA-NEDP

Washington

GED®

 

 

 

West Virginia

 

 

TASC

 

Wisconsin

GED®

 

 

WI-HSED

Wyoming

GED®

HiSET

TASC

 

Washington DC

GED®

 

 

DC-NEDP

Please note that in addition to the exams listed above, many states allow local school districts or adult education centers to offer high school credit make-up classes for out-of-school youth and adults.