Preparing for the High School Equivalency Test

Preparing for the High School Equivalency Test

In the United States, adults who leave high school before graduation have another way to secure a high school equivalency credential. Through testing, you can demonstrate you have the same skills and knowledge as a high school graduate. The High School Equivalency is a high school diploma alternative aligning to current Indiana high school academics, preparing you for continuing education or employment. The assessment is based on five subject areas: math, reading, writing, science, and social studies. Workers with this credential earn an average of $10,000 per year more than those without, helping them create a whole new future! Here are some resources to help you study. Learn more about the HiSET® - High School Equivalency Exam.


Basic Skills Workbook for the GED Test, TASC, and HiSET

Koch, Mark
373.1262 Koc

Lesson in the five test subjects; Writing- sentence structure, organization and analyzing arguments; Mathematics- whole numbers through proportion and ratio, word problems, calculator use, and graph reading; Science- vocabulary and basic concepts; Social Studies- key topics in U.S. history, government , geography and economics; Reading- comprehension of fiction, non-fiction, poetry and drama


High School Equivalency Basics

McGraw- Hill Education
373.1262 Hig

Series builds key skills, strategies, and content knowledge for the reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies. Includes pre-tests, post-tests, and answer keys. (Advanced)


High School Equivalency HiSet Test : Science
373.1262 Hig

Science Inquiry and Skills, Earth & Space, Physical Science and Life Science are covered in well-explained lessons with practice questions. Includes a pretest to help focus study. Key words, lesson review, glossary and test for each unit, plus practice test


High School Equivalency HiSet Test: Language Arts
373.1262 Lan

Fiction, nonfiction, and poetry reading, writing conventions and organization, and essay writing are covered in lessons with practice questions. Key words, glossary and test for each unit, plus practice test


High School Equivalency HiSet Test: Mathematics
373.1262 Hig

Numbers and Operations, Ratios, Algebraic thinking and Expressions, Functions, Geometry, Measurement, Data, Statistics and more are covered in well-explained lessons with practice questions. Includes pretests to help focus study areas. Includes key words, lesson review, glossary and test for each unit, plus practice test.


High School Equivalency HiSet Test: Social Studies
373.1262 Hig

Geography, History, Civics, Government and Economics covered in well-explained lessons with practice questions. Includes glossary for each unit plus test tips and strategies.


Kaplan HiSET exam prep

Kaplan
373.1262 Kap

Instruction for: Reading- informational texts, and literature; Writing-sentence structure, grammar, and composing an essay; Mathematics- problem solving, expressions, functions, and geometry with explanations for answers; Science- scientific method, reasoning, synthesize, assess and express information; Social Studies- U.S. and World History, Civics and Government, and Geography.  Includes pre-tests and full length practice tests for each subject..


The Official Guide to the HiSET Exam
373.1262 Off

Review of five test subjects: Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies with descriptions and explanation of tests including updated essay portion. Includes full length practice tests and strategies for taking the test


SMART Skills : Study, Motivate, Apply, Reason, and Test

Teresa Perrin
371.3028 Per

Presents the study, testing, motivational, and thinking skills needed to improve learning and test-taking. Provides techniques for thinking through problems, approaching multiple choice questions, and how to study effectively.


Pre High School Equivalency Study

 Pre-HSE Core Skills in Reading & Writing
373.1262 Pre

Examples and practice questions to build skills in reading fiction, prose, poetry, drama and nonfiction. Exercises for improving grammar and usage, and writing paragraphs and essays. Builds skills needed before preparing for high school equivalency tests; glossary and pretest/posttest questions with answers and explanations.


 Pre-HSE Core Skills in Social Studies
373.1262 Pre

Examples and practice questions to build skills in Geography, U.S. History, Civics and Government, and Economics. Builds skills needed before preparing for high school equivalency social studies tests; includes glossary and pretest/posttest questions with answers and explanations.


 TABE Mastery Language Student Book
374.126 Language Tab

Four book series uses everyday life and work situations to teach language arts including: parts of speech, word meanings, spelling, capitalization, punctuation, using references, grammar rules, understanding author's objective, and recognizing and creating different types of writing: informative, explanatory, and opinion pieces. With pretests, skill checks, and glossary. Teachers guides for each level provide strategies for differentiated instruction (Intermediate to Advanced levels) 

 


Pre-HSE Core Skills in Mathematics

Examples and practice questions to build skills in numbers, operations, ratios and proportional relationships, Algebraic thinking- expressions, equations, and inequalities, Geometry, measurement and data, and basic statistics. Builds skills needed before preparing for high school equivalency mathematics test; includes glossary and pretest/posttest questions with answers and explanations


Pre-HSE Core Skills in Science
373.1262 Pre

Example and practice questions to build skills in Science reasoning, Earth Science, Life Science, and Physical Science. Builds skills needed to prepare for high school equivalency science tests; includes glossary, pretest/posttest questions with answers and explanations.


TABE Mastery Mathematics Student Book
374.126 Math Tab

Four book series uses everyday life and work situations to teach mathematics from whole numbers, base ten, fractions, decimals, multiplication/division, measurements, ratios, through geometry and algebra explaining: expressions, polynomials, equations, inequalities, models, and how to interpret data. With pretests and skill checks. Teacher's guides for each level provide strategies and examples for differentiated instruction. (Intermediate to Advanced levels) 


TABE Mastery Reading Student Book
374.126 Reading Tab

Four book series uses everyday life and work situations to teach reading from word recognition, illustrations, main idea, details, definitions and purpose through structure, point of view, interpretation, evidence, and evaluating arguments. With pretests and skill checks. Teachers guides for each level provide strategies for differentiated instruction. (Intermediate to Advanced Levels)