Now how can you find free online Long Island Home Study GED courses that will get you all set to successfully take New York State’s High School Equivalency test TASC (formerly GED)? Since January 2014, New York uses the TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion) for this purpose.
The diploma that is awarded upon successfully passing the TASC exam allows for a college education. To get ready for the exam, you can use free online classes at BestGEDClasses.org.
Take a look at this video about an adult learner who passed the TASC exam after she studied online at the MMS Community Library in Shirley, New York.
In New York, there is no fee to take the TASC exam. The state picks up the tab for TASC testing which (understandably) is only available to state residents. The exam includes five testing sections: Writing, Reading, Science, Social Studies, and Mathematics.
The exam is available in a paper-based (PBT) format as well as on a computer (CBT) format. There is no online option for TASC testing which must be done at state-designated testing centers.