Requirements for Test Admission
To take the High School Equivalency exam in the state of Oklahoma, individuals must meet the following eligibility requirements:
High School Equivalency Status: You must not be enrolled, nor required to be enrolled, in high school, and you cannot have a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate.
If you are 18 years of age or older, you may test without any special conditions.
If you are 16 or 17 years of age, you must complete the Release Form for 16- and 17-Year-Old Students (PDF) and submit the completed form to the test center before scheduling your exam.
No one under 16 may test.
Identification: You must present a government-issued ID on test day at the HiSET test center. Outdated or expired ID will not be accepted. Acceptable ID includes:
- A valid driver's license
- A valid state-issued picture identification card
- Military ID
- Other forms of national or foreign government ID
How to Register
Set up a HiSET Account
To take the HiSET, you will need to create an account. This allows you to select test center and dates and time that you prefer for your examination. You can set up the account at http://hiset.ets.org/take/hiset_account
If you have a disability or health-related need and require testing accommodations, you must request your accommodations through ETS before you schedule an appointment. The approval process can take six weeks or more, so be sure to allow enough time before your desired test date. See Disability Accommodations.
Fees and Refunds
The cost per test administration for both the paper- and computer-delivered versions is $70 for the full battery and $15 for a single subtest, which includes scoring and reporting. This is paid on the HiSET website.
Payment Method for Testing
Learn about HiSET exam fees and see which forms of payment are accepted, make a payment, and review the refund policies: http://hiset.ets.org/take/fees
HiSET Practice Tests and Resources
Free Test Preparation Materials
Note: All test preparation PDFs on this page are accessible by screen readers. For additional test preparation materials in accessible formats, see Disability Accommodations.
Watch this brief video to learn more about the HiSET exam and the computer-delivered test, including information about the computer screens and navigation.
You can use the Study Companion to familiarize yourself with the test content, test question formats and available study resources for each subtest. Download the Study Companion (PDF).
You can experience what it is like to take the HiSET exam by taking these free, 30–45-minute practice tests. Each subtest is approximately half the length of the actual test and includes directions as well as an answer key. Questions are similar to those on the subtests, so you find out how ready you are and where you might need additional preparation. Download copies of the free practice tests.
Interactive Practice Tests for the HiSET Exam
Experience what it is like to take the computer-delivered HiSET exam by taking these free, 30–45-minute interactive practice tests. The questions used on these computer-delivered practice tests are the same items from the HiSET Free Practice Tests (FPT1 and 2) provided in an interactive practice test format.
When you take the interactive practice tests, you receive immediate feedback on the correctness of your responses, an estimate of your level of readiness for the real test and an estimate of your HiSET scaled score on this test. You can then review the questions together with explanations for the correct answers.