High school equivalency testing provides adults with the opportunity to earn the Nevada Certificate of High School Equivalency. The certificate is widely recognized as the equivalent of a high school diploma. Nevada test-takers may choose from two approved HSE exams, the GED®, or the HiSET® to validate their academic skills and knowledge. The HSE exams are administered at test sites located throughout the state.
Study for the HSE Tests
Most of the Adult Literacy and Language programs in Nevada offer HSE preparation opportunities such as classes, boot camps, and tutoring.
Where to Take the HSE Tests
High School Equivalency tests are only available at authorized HSE Testing Centers. The tests must be taken in person and are never offered on the internet. Each testing center determines which of the authorized exams to offer and sets its own schedule, requirements, and fees.
Contact the HSE Testing Center in your area for more information.
Get a Copy of Your Transcript
Upon passage of any of the High School Equivalency Assessments, you will receive your diploma and one copy of your transcript at no cost. The transcript is the official record of your test credential and can be used as proof for employment, schools, etc.
To request a copy of your Nevada HSE Transcript, go to DiplomaSender at www.DiplomaSender.com
DiplomaSender provides transcripts for all high school equivalency tests in administered in Nevada.