In March 2014, California approved the use of three high school equivalency tests (GED®, HiSET®, and TASC™) for students 18 years old and older, and 17 years old in some instances, for the purpose of receiving a California High School Equivalency Certificate.
Lynwood Community Adult School offers High School Equivalency Exam (HSEE) Preparation classes in English and Spanish. Registration for the HSEE Preparation Class remains open until the class reaches maximum capacity. Registration is $15/semester. See class schedule.
Examinees must be 18 years of age and a photo ID is required (see below for details). Students who successfully pass the test will be issued a California High School Equivalency Certificate from the State of California.
How do you know which exam is best for you? The main attributes of the selected high school equivalency tests are:
Provided by the Pearson Vue Testing Service
The 2014 GED® test is offered in a computer-based format, although paper-based versions of the 2002 GED test are currently available for test takers requiring accommodations, and those at correctional facilities participating in the Transitional Waiver Program. Read more about the GED® Exam on their website.
Lynwood Community Adult School is a Pearson Vue Testing Center. You can take your GED® Exam here! When you are ready to take the GED Exam, please visit www.GED.com to register as a test taker, pay for and schedule your exams.
Provided by the Educational Testing Service (ETS)
The HiSET will be offered in computer-based and paper-based formats. Information about this test is available on the HiSET Web site.
Lynwood Community Adult School is a HiSET Testing Center. View/Print the testing schedule on this page.
Provided by CTB/McGraw–Hill
The TASC will be offered in computer-based and paper-based formats. See the TASC Web site for more information.
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