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TASC Exam Dates:
Computer Based Exams:
May 25 & 26, 2018
June 13 & 14, 2018

Call 607-257-1561 or email smurphy@tstboces.org  to apply. Download an application!  The exams fill up quickly so call to see if there is still room!

High School Equivalency

TST BOCES offers flexible programming to meet a variety of needs in the community. These flexible program options will help you reach your goal of attaining a high school equivalency diploma and help to improve opportunities for academic and career goals.

Classroom instruction is offered at various locations during daytime and evening hours. In addition, Distance Learning offerings are designed for those unable to attend regular classroom sessions or who are interested in working independently with the help of a tutor.

Students are assessed and counseled into the most appropriate program option to assure success.  To explore these program options, those interested should attend an orientation and complete a placement test. Need transportation? Here are some options:
Way2Go and Way2Go Zimride!

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Did you know that NYS has a new high school equivalency exam?

  • As of January 1, 2014, the Test Assessing Secondary Competency (TASC) replaced the GED® as the test used in NYS to earn a high school equivalency diploma.
  • Click here for the latest info for TASC takers.
  • The GED® is no longer offered in New York state. (However, previous GED® scores are still being honored toward TASC completion.)

What does this mean for you?

  • Make sure you meet the new requirements for all students as of January 1, 2014
  • The TASC uses the same test format as the GED®
  • NY State Ed will honor passing GED® scores toward the TASC exam.
  • We offer the TASC exam (paper based and computer based) several times throughout the year

We can help!

  • Daytime and evening classes are available.
  • Study at Home or online (Distance Learning) programs are available also.
  • Classes are FREE!

Directions to register for TASC!

Click here for directions to register for TASC!

The National External Diploma Program is an alternative path to earning a high school diploma. Participants meet weekly to review completed work. The program is self-paced and designed for those with computer literacy skills.