The high school equivalency test in New York State, formerly known as the GED, is now called the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC).Preparation classes for this test provide adult learners with instruction in subject areas and skills required to pass the equivalency exam and include a review of the required forms as well as simulated practice exams. Preparation for the TASC is also offered in Computer Assisted Instruction labs at the Adult Learning Centers. The TASC assesses Language Arts (Reading and Writing), Mathmatics, Science and Social Studies.
How to Register
To find out more about registering to take the TASC please call or visit the:
High School Equivalency Central Processing Unit
475 Nostrand Ave, Rm. 403
Brooklyn, NY 11216
Hours of operation:
Mon-Fri 8 am to 5 pm
You will need to get an application form, fill it out and return it to the Central Processing Unit by mail or in person. You can call 718-638-2635 ext. 4030 for more information about the TASC.
The TASC assesses five subjects:
- Social Studies
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