High School Equivalency Test


Mississippi Delta Community College is authorized by the Mississippi Community College Board to offer the High School Equivalency Test.

MDCC offers the GED High School Equivalency Test along with the HiSet High School Equivalency Test. Both brands of tests offer computer-based testing, however, HiSet offers paper-based testing as well as computer-based testing for the High School Equivalency. High School Equivalency Tests consist of content-area tests in writing and reading, mathematics, science, and social studies. The tests also measure communication, information-processing, problem-solving, and critical-thinking skills. A rigorous exam, this battery of tests measures the outcomes and skills of a four-year program of secondary education in the core content areas of U.S. and Canadian high school curricula.

It is recommended that all individuals interested in taking the High School Equivalency Test, attend an Adult Education/HSE class.

For more information concerning High School Equivalency testing, please contact Teresa Smith at 662-246-6572 or tsmith@msdelta.edu.

 

To Apply

  • Go online to www.myged.com or hiset.org. There you will follow the steps to register to take the High School Equivalency tests as well as pay the testing fees.

Mississippi Delta Community College follows the State Policies in administering the High School Equivalency Tests.