Earn Your High School EQUIVALENCY Diploma
Interested in getting your GED? Beginning in January 2014, the Maine High School Equivalency Diploma will be based on the completion of HiSET (High School Equivalency Test). Earn your high school equivalency through HiSET.
Not completing high school or a delayed graduation does not have to hold you back. Get going, get recognized. The HiSET exam is your path for earning your Maine High School Equivalency Diploma. Earning your HiSET credential is often the next step in applying to college or entering a profession.
There is a testing site near you. There are 84 HiSET testing sites across the state of Maine, offered through Adult and Community Education programs. These programs offer orientation classes and pre-testing as well.
Use the links below to find programs to prepare, testing locations, and much more. Explore our FAQ page for additional information.
LINKS & RESOURCES
Another valuable resource to prospective test takers can be found at the HiSET Testing Service website.
- Explore HiSET’s frequently asked questions resource page to learn more about the exam and how best to prepare.
• View Maine HiSET requirements.
• Learn more about taking the HiSET exam.
• View Maine State Eligibility Requirements
- Reach out to your local Maine Adult Education Center today for HiSET support and resources. Contact a Maine Adult Education Center Staff member.
Test preparation and official testing are available at local adult education center at no cost to Maine residents.
Reach out to a Maine Adult Education Center Staff Member today and learn more about your options.
- To see information about PLA at the University of Maine at Augusta: Click here.
- To see information about PLA at the University of Southern Maine: Click here.
- To see information about PLA at Saint Joseph’s College of Maine: Click here.
- The Center for Adult & Experiential Learning (CAEL) is a great resource to learn about PLA.
Explore our Frequently Asked Questions page to Learn more.