HiSET

Completing the High School Equivalency Test demonstrates the attainment of skills normally acquired through completion of a high school program. The HiSET computerized test is available to adults who have not received a high school diploma, are not attending high school, are at least 16 years of age, and are Montana residents. Do NOT bring any electronic devices into the testing center.

For more information or to register online go to at http://hiset.ets.org


Schedule your test and pay the HiSET fee online at http://hiset.ets.org

On the day of your scheduled test bring to The Lifelong Learning Center:
1. State or Governement issued picture ID
2. $3 Per scheduled test for Center Fee
3. Prior approval of required documentation if you are under the age of 19. Call 549-8765 before scheduling.

Additional High School Equivalancy Registration Requirements by Age

If you are 16 years of age
    1. Current State or Government issued picture identification
    2. Social Security Number
    3. Proof of Montana Residency
    4. HiSET fees paid online, Test Center fees paid on day of test
    5. Completed Waiver of Minimum Age Requirement Form.
You can obtain this form and instructions regarding how to complete the process by calling 549-8765. You cannot register until the waiver is approved by the State of Montana.

If you are 17 or 18 years of age
    1. Current State or Government issued picture identification
    2. Social Security Number
    3. Proof of Montana Residency
    4. HiSET fees paid online, Test Center fees paid on day of test
    5. Letter or Withdrawal Form from Last High School
Please check your letter and make sure it contains all of the following required information:

If you are 19 years of age or older
1. Current State or Government issued picture identification
2. Social Security Number
3. Proof of Montana Residency
4. HiSET fees paid online, Test Center fees paid on day of test

What if I need a copy of my G.E.D. transcript (If you tested prior to December 2013)?
To maintain the confidentiality of your G.E.D. records, the only way to receive your transcript is by sending a letter that contains the following information:

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