High School Equivalency: GED/HiSET/TASC

EARN YOUR NORTH CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA

REQUEST HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY RECORDS

EARN YOUR NORTH CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA

If you want to pursue a rewarding career or continue your education, then getting your high school credential is the most important step you can take. Colleges as well as many employers require one.

The three nationally-recognized assessments used to obtain a state-issued High School Equivalency credential in North Carolina are GED®, HiSET® and TASC. All three High School Equivalency assessments are recognized by the US Department of Education and cover the same content areas. Passing any one of the assessments will lead to the same High School Equivalency Diploma issued by the North Carolina State Board of Community Colleges.

Candidates choose one of the three assessments (GED®, HiSET® or TASC) to pursue a High School Equivalency Diploma. Each assessment is a set of tests that when passed certify the test taker has met high-school level academic skills.

Cost: $80 (includes all 4 tests)

Computer-based test

4 Subjects

  • Language Arts
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Mathematics

Retake the test up to two times for free.
Register for the GED®.

Cost: $50 (includes all 5 tests)

Computer or paper-based test

5 Subjects

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Mathematics

Retake the test up to two times for free.
Register for HiSET®.
 

Cost: $54 (includes all 5 tests)

Computer or paper-based test

5 Subjects

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Mathematics

Retake the test up to two times for free.
Register for TASC.

REQUEST HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY RECORDS

North Carolina HiSET® Records Requests:
DiplomaSender

 

North Carolina TASC™ Records Requests:  
DiplomaSender

 

North Carolina GED® Records Requests:

GED® 2014 Test Completers to Present Day

North Carolina changed its GED® credentialing process from awarding paper transcripts and GED® diplomas to a paperless electronic transcript system for students taking the test in 2014 until present day.

When test takers pass the GED® test, they receive a secure, electronic document delivered to their email address. The document will include a transcript and an electronic copy of their North Carolina GED® diploma.

The 2014 and beyond tester has the option to order a professionally printed North Carolina GED® diploma free of charge. Students can also forward the free electronic transcript they receive directly to potential colleges and employers.

Students: Log onto your MyGED.com account to request a transcript or verification.

 

GED® 2002-2013 Test Completers

Students who graduated between 2002 and 2013 and want to request additional transcripts/certificates will be emailed their transcript/certificate.

Additional requests will cost the completer $15.00. Test takers can sign in to the GED Credentialing™ Website to easily and securely order their duplicate transcripts or diplomas.

Students: Request a transcript or verification.

 

GED® 1942-2001 Test Completers

The NCCCS High School Equivalency (HSE) Records Office will fulfill verification, transcript and diploma requests for individuals who tested before 2002.

There is no charge; however, there is a 10-25 business day turnaround for processing.  Please plan accordingly.

Students: Request a transcript.