High School Equivalency (HSE) Test formerly called a GED
We offer free one-on-one tutoring for HSE preparation. Tutors and students usually meet twice a week for at least one hour. We always meet in a public place, such as a library or community center.
The HSE test (formerly called GED)has structured classes offered at the Peabody Public Library in Columbia City through IMPACT Institute. HSE Tests in Huntington County, Noble County and Kosciusko County! You must pre-register with IMPACT Institute to take the test.
The Whitley County Literacy has the 2018-19 HSE-GED test schedule. Call us at 260-244-2375.

In 2014, Indiana and 15 other states decided to no longer use the GED test. Different tests are available for states to choose, so Indiana is simply referring to the test as the HSE (high school equivalency) test.


Indiana currently uses the TASC test published by McGraw Hill/CTB.

People who pass the TASC HSE test will still receive a Indiana High School Equivalency Diploma.


Visit our Resources page for links to practice tests and more!

Learn about the TASC HSE test
See how getting an HSE diploma can affect
unemployment rates and income levels.

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