Are you ready for the new high school equivalency(HSE) known as the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) which replaced the GED?
- Attend an upcoming registration session to get answers about the TASC and explore resources to earn your High School Equivalency diploma.
- Sign up for free part-time Pre-HSE classes (adults 17 and older).
- Young Adults 17 to 24 can visit the Young Adult Pre-HSE Preparation page to learn about full-time Pre-HSE classes.
Begin your preparation for the TASC exam at the Library. In Brooklyn Public Library's Pre-HSE classes, you practice reading, writing, math, and critical thinking that form the foundation of high school equivalency success.
Part-time Pre-HSE classes are for adults 17 years old and older. Classes meet two days per week for a total of 6 hours in libraries throughout Brooklyn. Evening, daytime, and weekend schedules are available.
Full-time Pre-HSE classes are available for 16 to 24 year-olds. Visit the Young Adult Pre-HSE preparation page for more information.
To get started, attend a Pre-HSE registration session.
Frequently Asked Questions
- High School Equivalency Fact Sheet: The GED is changing!
- You Can Too!
- TASC Brochure
- GED® Guide (PDF)
- Adult Education Classes Resource Guide (PDF)
- Learning Express Library: Test prep material and practice exams for the GED exams. (An unexpired library barcode and PIN is required for access.)
- New York State GED® Testing Office
- Kings County GED® Test Centers and GED® Test Dates
For one-on-one assistance or questions about Adult Basic Education Classes at BPL, call or visit one of our Adult Literacy Learning Centers.
This project is supported by generous grants from the New York State Education Department, Office of Adult Career and Continuing Education Services. The Young Adult Literacy Program is supported by generous grants from the New York Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) and New York City Department of Probations.