The Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) replaced the GED test in New York State in 2014. The TASC is a state-of-the-art, national high school equivalency (HSE) assessment in five subject areas, including Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies.
In partnership with the NYS Education Department (NYSED), Queens Library’s Adult Learner Program administers ONLY the computer-based version of TASC at the following five locations:
- Central Library
- Flushing Adult Learning Center
- Long Island City Adult Learning Center
- Peninsula Adult Learning Center
- Rochdale Village Adult Learning Center
How Do I Take TASC?
STEP 1: Get More Information about the Test
- Read our High School Equivalency brochure.
- Fill out our TASC Intake Form, call 718-990-5152, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how you can take the test.
STEP 3: Schedule your HSE Screening to take the TASC Readiness Test, which will make sure that you will be able to pass the TASC. You can also call 718-990-5152 to schedule the screening. Please note: you must complete all the forms and steps above before coming to a test screening.
STEP 4: Take the TASC
- Once you have completed your HSE screening, and taken/passed the TASC Readiness Test, then you are ready to take the TASC!
- Someone will call you to schedule your test date. If you need to follow up, please call 718-990-0152 or e-mail email@example.com to find out about your test date.
- After you take the TASC, you can check your test status and unofficial scores at https://newyork.tasctest.com.
If you’re not ready to take the TASC, please visit our Adult Learning Centers to take the classes you will need to prepare.