TASC Test Information For

Test Takers

After the Test

Congratulations, you did it! Your hard work paid off! You passed the TASC test. You will quickly realize that your high school equivalency (HSE) will open doors of opportunity and lead to a happy, prosperous life for you and your family.

At this point, you’re probably wondering, “What’s next?” or “When will I get my TASC test scores?”


Passing Scores for TASC Test


The time it takes to get your TASC test scores varies based on the state you tested in and whether you took the online or paper/pencil version of the TASC test. If you have not received your TASC test scores yet, contact your TASC test center, or watch our FAQ video on receiving your HSE scores and certificate.

If you have received your scores, we can help you interpret them. The TASC test works with whoever adopts the test to set a passing grade. Everyone who adopts TASC test awards the equivalent of a high school diploma to test takers earning a passing grade on TASC test, in addition to any other requirements that particular state may have.







If you earned a 500 or higher in each content area, we want to congratulate you on your high school equivalency exam performance. Now that you’ve passed, you’ve opened the doors to college and a career. Find out how to take the next steps.

Next Steps









Once you pass the TASC test, your high school equivalency can help you find a better job or go on to college. Colleges and universities across the country accept the TASC test as a high school equivalency (HSE). Passing the TASC test shows you have the same basic knowledge and skills as current high school graduates.

You can even pursue financial aid with your TASC test high school equivalency. Complete this form.

TASC test is a partnership between Data Recognition Corporation | CTB and each state that decides to use the TASC test. This can include the District of Columbia, the Canadian provinces and territories, the U.S. unincorporated territories (Guam, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, and American Samoa), the U.S. military and federal correctional institutions, and the veteran’s administration hospitals. When the TASC test is adopted as the test for high school equivalency it is considered an official test in any of these locations.