- Cost: $95.00 ($60 Registration Fee + $7 for each of the 5 (five) test sections)
The $60 registration fee will allow individuals to test three times during a 12-month period. Examinees who do not pass the test the first time can retake the entire test or any of the test sections two more times within the 12-month period by paying an additional $7-per-section fee.
- Time of Test: varies: Testing times are selected during the registration process
- Location: Testing Locations vary please see below for your specific date and location
- Host: ACTS (Advising, Counseling & Testing Services, Hearnes Hall 314, 417.625.9324)
Registration is online a
You are required to create an account
- Testing Calendar
Test Dates Fall 2015
Mills Anderson Justice Center RM# 149
Building # 58
|August 31||Hearnes Hall RM# 314||8||Building # 19|
|Sept. 4||Mills Anderson Justice Center RM# 149||30||Building # 58|
|Sept 22||Mills Anderson Justice Center RM# 149||15||Building # 58|
|Sept 30||Hearnes Hall RM# 314||8||Building # 19|
What's On the HiSET Exam?
Your skills and knowledge are measured in five core areas that make- up the five HiSET subtests:
- Language Arts – Reading
- Language Arts – Writing
- Social Studies
See Test Content for more details.
How Can I Prepare for the Exam?
We offer free sample questions, practice tests and tips to help you get ready for the exam. In addition, test centers and adult education centers may be able to help you prepare. Learn more about how to prepare for the exam .
How Much Does the HiSET Exam Cost?
For the State Of Missouri: the HiSET battery costs $95, and each individual subtest costs $32, individual retest $7 per subtest
For additional information on costs visit: http://hiset.ets.org/requirements/mo
Are Testing Accommodations for Disabilities Offered?
We provide services and reasonable accommodations for test takers with disabilities or health-related needs who meet the requirements. See Disability Accommodations .
For more information about obtaining a high school equivalency certificate,visit www.hse.mo.gov or call 573-751-3504.