The Pearson Vue Test Center at CPTC is open and located in Building 17 (Administration Building), Room 250. All campus visitors must complete training and check in online.
GED/High School Equivalency Testing
The GED is now called the High School Equivalency Test in Washington State. HSET Testing is now done on the computer. If you did not complete your GED™ by Dec. 31, 2013, your scores have expired.
To schedule your HSET Exam, visit www.ged.com, click on “Schedule now on MyGED™” and follow the prompts.
Testers are allowed to use a TI-30XS MultiView calculator on their Math, Science, and Social Study HSET exams. If you do not have one, you may borrow a center-owned calculator on the day of your test. The TI-30XS is also built into the exam.
Who can take the High School Equivalency exam?
Individuals, 19 years and older, who have not completed high school or obtained a High School Equivalency Certificate are eligible to test. Individuals under the age of 19 must not be currently enrolled in high school and must have a release from the school district where they are currently living; the required release form can be obtained at your local district office.