Silicon Valley Regional Testing Center

High School Equivalency and Industry Testing

Pearson VUE Official Testing Site

Each year more than 14 million people around the world take an exam with Pearson VUE. Chances are you, or someone you know, has recently tested with us.
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Available Tests

To schedule your test today, register at Pearson VUE and select the appropriate test program from the select your program section. The following tests are available:

For more information refer to Pearson VUE Testing Center Frequently Asked Questions.

GED Information

The GED® Test
  • One of three California approved high school equivalency exams
  • Computer-based testing available
  • English or Spanish testing available
Testing Information
  • Bring a current, valid government-issued photo ID to register and on the day of test (Testers with out-of-state licenses, passports, military IDs or other foreign IDs must provide proof of CA residency such as utility bill, bank statement, birth certificate)
  • You must change or cancel an appointment at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled exam date
Cost
  • $140 entire GED® test battery (5 subtests)
  • $35 Per content area
  • $15 -$35 retest fee (Discounts may be offered by GED®)
How to Register
  • Create a test-taker account and schedule your tests online at: www.MyGED.com
Questions?

Official HiSET Testing Site

The purpose of the ETS High School Equivalency Test (HiSET™) is to certify a candidate’s attainment of academic knowledge and skills equivalent to those of a high school graduate. HiSET™ scores will identify those candidates who have performed at a level consistent with high school equivalency. Information from the HiSET program also will help identify areas in which candidates are career-and college-ready, as well as areas in which additional preparation may be needed.

Candidates will be tested in five (5) core areas: Language Arts – Reading, Language Arts – Writing, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. 

HiSET™ Practice Tests allow the candidates to view sample content and item types and provide them with general information about their level of preparation for taking the operational form.

HiSET testing is available in both English and Spanish.

The HiSET® Test
  • One of three California approved high school equivalency exams
  • Computer-based testing available
  • English or Spanish testing available
Testing Information
  • Bring a current, valid government-issued photo ID to register and on the day of test (Testers with out-of-state licenses, passports, military IDs or other foreign IDs must provide proof of CA residency such as utility bill, bank statement, birth certificate)
  • You must change or cancel an appointment at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled exam date
  • For refund information, see HiSET® Refund Policy in “The HiSET® Test Taker Bulletin 2014”.
Cost
  • $140 entire HiSET® test battery (5 subtests)
  • $14 -$29 retest fee (Discounts may be offered by HiSET®)
How to Register
Questions?