The New York State Board of Education decided on Wednesday that test takers who passed sub-tests of the 2002-2013 GED® can keep those scores and have them count towards the new TASC throughout 2014 and 2015. The Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC), created by CTB/McGraw Hill, will replace the GED® as the Common Core-aligned high school equivalency assessment in New York State. This is wonderful news for students who have worked hard to complete certain portions of the GED®, but were unable to complete the full series before the January 2014 deadline.
Facts about the TASC:
- It can be completed online or pencil/paper
- Base price of $52 (not including stated-imposed testing fees)
- Takers receive 2 free re-tests
- Tests in Reading/Language Arts, Writing, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies
- Tests in both English and Spanish
Read more about the TASC here
If you or someone you know is interested in receiving training for the TASC through Project Rise, contact us at 718.368.6600 or ProjectRise@kbcc.cuny.edu. Our next cohort starts in February, so reserve your spot today!