HiSET Practice Test

These  Practice Tests for the HiSET® Exam will tell you which topics you have already mastered and encourage you to focus on weak areas when learning for the HiSET exam. Here you will find Math, Social Studies, Science, English Writing, and English Reading practice tests.

Short practice tests

Knowing how to properly prepare for your HiSET exam is the key to avoiding stress and to be successful on every single one of your subtests. We have useful practice tools for you.

There are practice tests with 10, 15 and  25 questions. You don’t need to register and correct answers are displayed instantly. Take a test now. These questions are written by our team and are similar to the HiSET Test. Each question has few answer choices. Choose the best answer for each question.

Tips:

  • Relax. Everybody is always so tense for these tests. Remember, this isn’t a one-time test: if you don’t like your score, you can always take the test again. As with any test, the key to passing is simply to take it seriously.
  • The HiSET exam doesn’t have to be a big scary test if you come mentally prepared to pass it.

DreamCareer offers many free HiSET practice tests so why not benefit from this fantastic help to become perfectly prepared for the five sections of the HiSET exam. The five subject fields are Social Studies, Science, Math (Mathematical Reasoning), Literacy Reading, and Literacy Writing. The HiSET exam was introduced across America in January 2014. It is available in a computer-based and a paper-and-pencil format and the five tests measure fundamental skills and knowledge at the level of graduating high school seniors. The HiSET exam is in line with the Common Core Standards and holding the high school equivalency degree will definitely lead to better job options, a successful career, and qualifies for a college education. Across North America, employers, recruiting agencies, schools, and government organizations recognize the HiSET diploma as the equivalent of a common high school degree.

HiSET graduates have demonstrated to master knowledge and skills and knowledge at such a level that they will be successful in college and career. Around 15 percent of all American adults holding a secondary education degree do so because they passed the High School Equivalency exam.