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## How do I prepare for the TASC test?

How to Study for the TASC Exam

1. Learn Where You Stand With the TASC. Before you really dig into your studies, it may be a good idea to find out your strongest and weakest points in each TASC subject area.
2. Take a TASC Prep Class.
3. Get to Know Your Subtests.
4. Practice Good Study Habits.

## What is the difference between the GED and TASC?

Two of the most noticeable differences between the TASC and GED tests are the cost and the format flexibility. The price of the TASC is more reasonable and affordable than that of the GED, and the exam is also available as a paper-and-pencil test as well as online.

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## What’s on the HiSET math test?

The Math subsection is approximately composed of 45 percent algebra, 19 percent number operations, 18 percent statistics, probability, and data analysis, and 18 percent geometry and measurement.

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## Is the HiSET hard to pass?

The fact that the HiSET resembles the easier old GED doesn’t mean that it’s easier to pass than other high school equivalency exams. Like other high school equivalency exams, students who pass the HiSET are proving that they have academic skills that are within the top 60% of recent high school graduates.

## How hard is the TASC test?

Though the TASC is significantly more difficult than the old GED, it’s scored in a way that ensures at least some students pass, experts said. “It is likely that individuals can get fewer correct answers and still pass, relative to the percentage correct they would have needed on the GED,” Douglas said.

## What is the highest you can score on the TASC test?

So on the TASC exam, your highest possible score is 800 in each of the five subtests or 4000 overall, and a score of 8 for your essay. When you attained a 560 or higher score in Mathematics and Writing, and 580 or higher in Reading, you’ll receive a TASC “Distinguished Achievement” notation for those subject fields.

## Can you get your GED online in Missouri?

Missouri no longer offers the GED© as a test of high school equivalency. Missouri residents now take the HiSET©exam. This test is administered at all campus testing locations. The HiSET© is a computer-based test with no paper/pencil options and must be scheduled and paid from the HiSET website.

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