High School Equivalency Assessment (HSEA)

Testing at Ocean County College

Testing for N.J.’s High School Equivalency Diploma (previously known as the GED® test) is now available.  Ocean County College has chosen to begin with the new McGraw-Hill’s TASC test as our first assessment tool.  As a service to the community, HSEA testing at Ocean County College is an activity of the Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders, funded through Ocean County PIC in cooperation with the Ocean County Workforce Investment Board, Ocean County College and the NJ Department of Education.

Ocean County College offers HSEA testing/retesting by appointment.  Call our direct line: (732) 255-0530.

Location:  College Testing Center, Library Building #3, Room 014B

Mcgraw-Hill TASC Testing Calendar

Note:

  • Testing is paper/pencil based.  
  • Testing dates, times and locations are subject to change.
  • Testing will continue weekly throughout the summer.
  • PART I INCLUDES WRITING, READING AND SOCIAL STUDIES
  • PART II INCLUDES MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE     
  • 30 COLLEGE CREDIT ROUTE TO A NJ STATE ISSUED HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA:

College students who have achieved 30 college credits including a college level math, science, social studies, humanities and English with a grade of C or higher may apply to the state for a high school diploma  without taking the test. 

High School Equivalency Testing FAQ

For additional questions and scheduling HSE testing, please call 732 255 0530.

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