If you’ve considered getting a GED, it’s important to know that there is a state-approved alternative. TASC test is the new affordable and accessible option, and many states have chosen to replace their GED programs with TASC test.
The following chart compares the high school equivalency tests made available in 2014. Find out why TASC test is your best choice:
What Makes TASC Test Official?
Finally, one of the most important questions you need to ask is what makes TASC test official? TASC test is a partnership between Data Recognition Corporation DRC|CTB and each state which decides to use the test. This can include the District of Columbia, Canadian provinces and territories, the U.S. unincorporated territories (Guam, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, and American Samoa), the U.S. military and federal correctional institutions, and Veteran’s Administration hospitals. Much like state acceptance of a high school’s accreditation, when a state adopts TASC test as the test for high school equivalency, it will be considered the official test for that state. States that adopt TASC test award the equivalent of a high school equivalency when you pass the test, in addition to any other requirements that might exist.