If you’re an adult who does not have a high school diploma, you’re not alone. You’re one of approximately one million adult New Jerseyans. Raritan Valley Community College wants to assist you in preparing for and earning a high school diploma.
Preparing for the Exam
The College offers special classes to help you prepare for the high school equivalency exam, formerly called GED. The course includes a study skills review and comprehensive instruction in all the subject areas needed to pass the test. Practice exams, pre-testing and post-testing evaluations are provided. The course is offered in the evenings and the fee is $240.
Raritan Valley Community College is an approved testing center. The State of New Jersey offers several tests for people to earn a state-issued high school diploma. The RVCC Testing Center offers the computer-based DRC/CBT Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC). The test is available in English or Spanish. The fee for taking the test is $92.
Before scheduling your test, make sure you are prepared to pass by reviewing sample questions.
Testing in English and Spanish will be conducted on August 30 & 31.
If you are taking the test for the first time you must come both days. Arrive at the Testing Center (Lower Level, Library Building) at 8:30 am. The testing fee is $92 and must be paid by money order payable to RVC College.
If you have taken the test before and want to retest, you must call the Testing Center to find out what day to test. If you have previously taken the TASC, you may retest each section up to two times without paying for the test. However you must pay a $10 administrative fee for each test.
If you require information about testing accommodations, click here.
Registering for the Exam
To register for the TASC exam, you must have an email address and the identification you will be using to take the test. Applicants are required to provide 2 or more forms of identification to demonstrate identity and residence. For an updated list of acceptable ID, please click here.
Click on Create New Account and I have never registered. (If retesting, select I Registered at a Test Center)
Enter your email address
Create a password – make sure it is one that you will remember – write it down
Proceed with entering the information required
Click on Create Account
Calling for an Exam Appointment
An appointment is required for testing. To make an appointment, call 908-526-1200 x8422 between 9am and 4pm, Monday through Friday. Make sure to have your two forms of identification available when you make the call.
High School Equivalency Exam Transcripts
Contact the NJ Department of Education, Office of Adult Education at 609-777-1050 or email email@example.com. Transcripts are not available online from GED123.com.