HSE

New York State High School Equivalency (HSE) Office

Taking the HSE/TASC™ Tests

Anyone who has resided in New York State for at least thirty (30) days and who is 16 years of age or older (with certain restrictions) on the day of testing may be eligible to take the TASC™ Test.  For more detailed information on eligibility and the required forms you may need, please refer to the:

Application Process and Eligibility Requirements
To apply to take the HSE in New York State, examinees must download and fill out the attachments, including eligibility documents if under 19 years of age

HSE/TASC™Test Centers, TASC™ Test Schedules and HSE Test Preparation Programs
A map listing for each county where the HSE/TASC™ test centers are located, when the tests are given and where a HSE/TASC™ Test Preparation Program can be found in your area

TASC™ Testing with Accommodations

New York State high school equivalency examinees seeking accommodations for TASC™ testing in 2014 may apply for accommodations at:  www.tasctest.com  Please visit the TASC™ website for general information, directions and application forms.  Applicants will need to select and work with an official test center in their community to complete the application.  A directory of official public test centers in New York State can be found at www.acces.nysed.gov/hse/nys_map/counties.html  

TASC Testing Online: It's Easier Than You Think

CTB McGraw-Hill presents "TASC Testing Online: It's Easier Than You Think," a self-guided online presentation that introduces the basic computer skills necessary to take the TASC test online. Topics discussed in this presentation include skills using the mouse, standard navigation skills, keyboarding skills, and word-processing skills. These skills are described in an automated, audio-enhanced format, complete with colorful imagery and animations that help depict what is required to successfully navigate the TASC test online. Viewers may pause, advance or review portions of the presentation at their leisure. Helpful web-links that embellish these topics are provided throughout.

 

 

 

 

Last Updated: September 15, 2014