TASC Practice Test

Welcome to TASC Practice Test, a free website that is dedicated to helping with your test prep. The TASC Test is one of the most widely recognized high school equivalency tests available. Use our online practice questions to prepare for your test!

Free TASC Practice Tests


The Test Assessing Secondary Completion is more commonly known as the TASC Test. It is a high school equivalency test that compares your academic abilities to those of high school seniors in the United States. It is similar in many ways to the GED, but less costly. As of 2021, it is offered in 4 states:

  • Indiana
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • West Virginia

In 2015 the TASC Test was updated to match the new Common Core Standards. The Reading and Writing sections now involve more complex texts with a focus on academic vocabulary and locating evidence. The Math section involves more real-world problems and mathematical modeling. The Social Studies section has more text-based questions and requires more comparisons and analysis. The Science section now has a greater focus on real-world problems and scientific practices.

New question types were also launched with the update. Constructed response questions are now included along with the multiple choice questions. There are also multiple-select response questions, which are similar to multiple choice questions but with more than one correct answer. Other question types include fill-in-the-blank as well as drag-and-drop.

The TASC Test covers 5 subjects. Here is the breakdown of each section:

  • Language Arts Reading: 50 Questions (75 Minutes)
  • Language Arts Writing: 50 Questions + 1 Essay (105 Minutes)
  • Mathematics: 52 Questions (105 Minutes)
  • Social Studies: 47 Questions (75 Minutes)
  • Science: 47 Questions (85 Minutes)

This is a long test that became much more challenging when it was updated for common core. In order to pass you will need to score at a level that equals the top 40% of graduating high school seniors. Please make sure you do plenty of test prep starting with our free TASC practice test. You should continue to work through as many practice questions as you possibly can until you feel that you are fully prepared. Good luck!