High School Equivalency Testing
There are two avenues in Wyoming for the High School Equivalency Certificate
- One is through the Casper College Adult Learning Center
- Another is through the online GED program.
Testing for either avenue is done at the Testing Center
What is the HiSET?
The High School Equivalency Test by ETS is a battery of 5 exams which determine your eligibility for the Wyoming High School Equivalency Certificate. Register with the Adult Learning Center to prepare for the exams. The five exams cover the subjects of Science, Social Studies, Reading, Writing, and Math. The costs for these exams are paid through a BOCES grant.
What’s the GED® Program?
MyGED™ is the online portal to sign up, study, schedule exams, check scores, and learn about jobs and college. Sign up for MyGED™ at www.GED.com.
The GED® test has four parts: Science, Social Studies, Reasoning Through Language Arts, and Math. You can pay for each subject individually or when you are ready to test. You will pay when you make your appointments online.
Free practice tests are available for any Wyoming library card holder through the Wyoming library system
- Locate the “Learning Express Library” and log in with your public library card information
Wyoming High School Equivalency Certificates are issued by the Wyoming High School Equivalency Certification Program at 307-777-7763.