The main attributes of the selected high school equivalency tests are:
Provided by the GED Testing Service (GEDTS®)
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. More information about the GED may be found at the GEDTS Web site.
High School Equivalency Test (HiSET)
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 .
Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC)
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.
Previously known as the annual State GED Conference is now the…
2014 California High School Equivalency Conference – will be a two-day conference, held in downtown Sacramento on October 28 and 29, 2014 at the Holiday Inn – Capitol Plaza. This conference will provide critical updates on the High School Equivalency testing program in California as well as introducing additional options for test takers.
- Conference Registration
Registration submission after Thursday, October 2, will result in an additional $50.00 charge above the regular rate of $150.00.
- Lodging available at the Holiday Inn, Capitol Plaza Hotel
If you prefer to call in for reservations, guests may call the hotel directly at 1-888-HOLIDAY or 916-446-0100, mention Reservation Code: QGE. Room reservation discount ends on Friday, October 3, 2014.
- Tom Torlakson's Conference Welcome Letter
- Conference Schedule